[Libreoffice-ux-advise] Remove option to hide the scrollbars
nicodorn at gmx.de
Wed May 16 01:57:32 PDT 2012
sorry for replying so late, but I've been quite busy within the last days!
Kendy, I only wanted to thank you very much that you are actively dealing with
this issue and emphasize once more that my initial concerns were all about
space. Since LibO is normally not used as a pure reader for documents the
option to turn the scrollbars off is not of such great importance. I have to
admit this, even though I would prefer to hide them once and for all. The
proposed shrinking of the minimum size of the page margins would help a lot to
alleviate problems with smaller screens. A refactoring of the navigator (I
remember that I've already seen some mock-ups) would also help. It is very
useful, but eating up a lot of width--not only because of the icons.
Thanks once more and regards
On Fri, 11. 05. 2012 13:06:25 Jan Holesovsky wrote:
> Hi UX advise, Nico, Raphael,
> and the particularly helpful screenshot
> The report describes a bug that a setting that used to work does not
> work any more. My concern is that this setting shouldn't exist at all,
> in the first place ;-) The setting is "Tools -> Options... ->
> LibreOffice Writer -> View -> View -> Horizontal / Vertical scrollbar".
> I'd like to turn the original bug report into an EasyHack to actually
> remove these settings for good (and hide the scrollbars when they are
> not necessary, as it is happening now) TOGETHER with decreasing the
> amount of the situations when the scrollbars appear.
> It seems that it is unnecessary to have the minimal page margin
> (referenced in the first screenshot) as big as shown there. Anything
> else here comes to your mind we can shrink, to decrease the amount of
> situations when the scrollbars appear to bare minimum?
> Thank you,
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