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

Jean-Francois Nifenecker jean-francois.nifenecker at laposte.net
Fri Nov 22 09:07:23 PST 2013


Le 22/11/2013 16:02, pierre-yves samyn a écrit :
> Jean-Baptiste Faure wrote
>> Even if this button is not the right implementation of the function, the
>> function is useful and should be kept. 
> +1

Add my vote to the froggies'.

> Jean-Baptiste Faure wrote
>> That means a function being accessible in the default UI, and not only in
>> the Navigator or in a
>> toolbar which is not open by default.
> Yes but now the user must first click the center button to display the
> navigation 
> bar and select the navigation mode (except for page navigation which is
> default).
> My English is not good I have not been specific enough in my proposal.
> My idea would be that the "future" navigation toolbar would display the same 
> three buttons as those of the scroll bar.
> Click the center button would display the mode selection as currently.
> And the bar would take up very little space on the screen.
> It would be acceptable for me, having to go through the View menu to display 
> the toolbar. This is a manipulation that is to be done once if you want to
> keep 
> the bar displayed. What do you think?

This makes sense to me (yet another toolbar!), although I can't see why
the "navigation" tools couldn't be integrated within another existing
toolbar. The Search toolbar comes to mind first, of course. I had
proposed this in another msg but didn't understand why it isn't as good
as it seems :)

Jean-Francois Nifenecker, Bordeaux

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