[Libreoffice-ux-advise] [Libreoffice] [PATCH] Removes find/replace dialog button from standard toolbar
michael.meeks at novell.com
Mon Jun 13 02:35:35 PDT 2011
Ooh - another nice patch that belongs on ux-advise quickly. And - UX
guys, it seems you have someone who cares about UI here ... lets see how
things pan out here.
Sam - some of these require a little thought by the UX guys, but I
think some other things would be rather less controversial; so - if eg.
we could add a 'match case' check-box to the 'find bar' (mirroring
Firefox's) I'm sure that'd be trivial to get approved/ committed.
Also UI team - I'd love some more thought into the "find next" "find
previous" icons; and some better artwork there, or even plain text [ we
have lots of horizontal space at this point I think ] - cf. what Firefox
does here. [ oh, I notice there is also a nice wrap-around notification
in firefox there - but perhaps I'm just greedy ]
Sam - if you need more code pointers to adding funky widgets in there,
happy to help [ best to poke on IRC #libreoffice-dev, irc.freenode.net -
On Sat, 2011-06-11 at 07:35 -0700, Samuel Cantrell wrote:
> These patches remove the find/replace dialog button from Calc and
> Writer (per http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Development/Default_UI_Improvements).
> As we have the new find toolbar, these buttons seem unnecessary.
> I should note that these patches don't remove the functionality of the
> buttons, but rather, hide them by default. This allows for a user to
> add them if he so chooses (for example if he doesn't like the find
> toolbar or something).
> Samuel Cantrell
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