[Libreoffice-ux-advise] Remove the Navigator button below the scrollbar in Writer

Samuel Mehrbrodt s.mehrbrodt at gmail.com
Fri Nov 15 09:45:00 PST 2013

Hm I'm not sure that's a good idea. People might be confused when there 
are doubled Up/Down buttons.

Am 15.11.2013 18:11, schrieb Jean-Francois Nifenecker:
> Hi!
> Le 15/11/2013 09:30, Samuel Mehrbrodt a écrit :
>> The scrollbar is something which height/width depends on the OS and
>> visual theme used. So there are issues where the scrollbar is too small
>> and the widgets are displayed wrongly [1].
>> Of course there is a use case for the Navigation buttons being quickly
>> accessible, but I don't think the right place for them is below the
>> scrollbar. There is for example already a toolbar which has the
>> navigation buttons (forward and back, see View->Toolbars->Navigation)
>> and we could easily add the "Navigation" button there also. Or we could
>> think about adding it to the statusbar (I would prefer the first).
> Could the new search bar be enhanced so that it integrates the
> Navigation buttons rather then creating yet another toolbar? This would
> make everyone happy:
> -- no more misplaced Navigation buttons ,
> -- the functionality would be more visible, even if the Navigator is not
> on screen,
> -- Ctrl+F would call the bunch of search tools (I love shortcuts ;)
> What do you think?

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