[Libreoffice-ux-advise] [Bug 89566] SIDEBAR: Improving the navigator tab

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Sun Feb 22 08:20:30 PST 2015


Cor Nouws <cno at nouenoff.nl> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Cor Nouws <cno at nouenoff.nl> ---
Hi Jay,

Thanks :)

(In reply to Jay Philips from comment #0)

> 1) Removal of Buttons - The header and footer buttons (both of which need
> better tooltips) arent really necessary in an advanced feature like this, as
> a user could easily click in the header or footer areas.

The only reason I could think of, is that when browsing through the document,
you don't need to leave the Navigator - all is there.

> 2) Import Navigation - ...


> 3) Grouping Heading Buttons - Heading buttons are scattered across both rows
> and it would be better that they were all next to each other.

Promote/demote chapter are a different type of action than Promote/demote
chapter. So I never found it strange or disturbing to have them a two rows.
But changing wouldn't hurt me probably.

> 4) Page number label - ...


> 5) Content View - This view is very useful for people wanting an outline
> view, like which is found in MS Word, and clears out other navigator
> categories from view, so it would be beneficial to highlight the two
> navigator views, even if its just a text label.

I don't understand what you mean with " highlight the two navigator views"
Also when all categories are shown, it still functions the same (only that drag
and drop is not possible and that the position in the Navigator doesn't follow
the cursor position in the document)

> 6) Hiding 'Headings' in Content View - When content view is enabled, there
> isnt a need to show navigator category 'Headings'.

What do you mean with "show navigator category 'Headings'" That one you refer
to in you #2?  
It's also in non-Content view possible to double click a heading to jump to

> 7) Improving Visuals of Hierarchy - ...



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