[UI] Possible roadmap

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mirek2 mirek2
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[UI] Possible roadmap

A UI change doesn't have to be a drastic change. Actually, ideally, the
change should be as smooth as possible.

So here's an imagined roadmap (not a real LibO roadmap, keep that in mind),
to imagine how TDF could get to the Citrus UI gradually:
http://clickortap.wordpress.com/2010/11/20/citrus-getting-there/

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Hi Mirek, :-)

I enjoyed your blog post. Especially this:

"Contextual toolbars no longer hide the selection: Make the contextual
toolbars that appear when you’re working with an object (tables,
pictures, lists, …) appear above the object (so that it doesn’t cover
up the object)."

It's a small behavior that is quite irritating and spoils the UX,
especially at 3 a.m. :-D

I posted a related "bug" [1] about this behavior involving the
find-and-replace dialog.

[1] https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=31786

David Nelson

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Wheatbix Wheatbix
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Re: [UI] Possible roadmap

In reply to this post by mirek2
On Sat, Nov 20, 2010 at 10:02 PM, Mirek M. <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> So here's an imagined roadmap (not a real LibO roadmap, keep that in mind),
> to imagine how TDF could get to the Citrus UI gradually:
> http://clickortap.wordpress.com/2010/11/20/citrus-getting-there/
>

Mirek,
I love the concept of the Citrus UI.

One bit of feedback. I would love to see a colour picker introduced into
LibreOffice, but I would also like to see the Colour Palette system
developed so that you can easily create and save your own or download new
ones from a website.

A good colour palette which can change text styles easily would be
fantastic. This is something that I will be exploring as soon as the Drupal
community site is up in a few months.

Michael Wheatland

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