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Le 2010-11-05 17:15, M Robinson a écrit :

The first two toolbars should be a Libre-polished 'classic' toolbar
and a 'ribbon' clone. The eye candy should be left and right arrows on
either side of the toolbar that causes the toolbar to slide in either
direction. Users can organize their toolbars, in a toolbar addons
window, in drag-and-drop fashion. Anyone can design and share their
idea of what a toolbar should be with the community via the toolbar
addon page.

Good idea on the left<->right arrows on the toolbar to slide. Of course KDE people have known these and lived through these. It could give up more screen space and where a user has mastered the short-cuts. We could have them also "tearaway" so that they could be positioned on the right-hand or left-hand or bottom side of larger sized monitors.

I have always liked the idea of themable toolbars (as you can tell by past threads) not only for personal use but for corporate/educational.

This will be very appealing to companies that aren't really interested
in adopting Microsoft's ribbon---they're IT can even customize the
toolbar for their work flow/image needs.


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