[Libreoffice-ux-advise] [Bug 90492] CHART: Rearrange the UI

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Tue Apr 7 00:11:30 PDT 2015


A (Andy) <stgohi-lobugs at yahoo.de> changed:

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                 CC|                            |stgohi-lobugs at yahoo.de
     Ever confirmed|0                           |1

--- Comment #1 from A (Andy) <stgohi-lobugs at yahoo.de> ---
My personal opinion:

(In reply to Jay Philips from comment #0)
> Created attachment 114663 [details]
> Reorganized Toolbars

> I would like to hide the draw toolbar, 
I would like to keep the Draw toolbar.  Imagine you want to draw a shape like
like an arrow into the chart (which is fixed into the chart if you move it for
for instance) then you need to draw it into chart after a double click on it
and therefore I need the Draw toolbar here.

> put the top 2 toolbars into a single row, remove all buttons from the 
> standard toolbar except of undo and redo, 
For me this sounds ok, because you would not need/expect them there, because if
you make a double click on a chart then you want to edit it and not save/open a
file.  The Export Directly as PDF icon doesn't even work here (-> error
message: "Error saving the document Untitled1: Wrong parameter. The operation
was started under an invalid parameter.").
But I would like to keep the Copy and Paste icons.  The reason is the same as
mentioned above for the Draw toolbar (e.g. if you want to paste an image into
chart fixed then I need these icons here, of course I can also use the
shortcuts, but I think it is reasonable to keep the icons too). 

> and add to the formatting toolbar a number of the useful entries found in the 
> menu bar and context menu.
This sounds good for me.

> Presently there are no icons for many of the new entries to go into the
> formatting toolbar, so presently they would remain as text until suitable
> icons are created.
Ok, but in the long run it would look better if you would also have icons for
them, because it looks a little bit irritating to have icons and text together.
 Then it looks a little bit like the text is the explanation/tooltip for the

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