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

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Mon Feb 23 11:55:59 PST 2015


--- Comment #12 from Cor Nouws <cno at nouenoff.nl> ---
(In reply to Jay Philips from comment #10)
> Created attachment 113625 [details]
> second mockup

What is the Navigator icon for, top left, in front of the list?
What is the document icon for, top close to right, in front of the page nr?

I'm lost on the use of the combined buttons on row #2. |< <  number > >| ..

The reminder icon is bottom right. Since navigating to the various reminders is
with the arrows on row #1, a position near there, is possible, would feel more

> So taking into consideration what Cor had explained about the buttons
> missing from my last mockup, i've inserted the ones that i felt were
> important, which was just one - reminder.

Indeed, toggle is needed.

> Drag mode and shown outline levels are available in the context menu, so
> there isnt a need for them taking up space in the toolbar. 

There are so many things in the tool bars that are in context menu's too :) But
in this case, it's a natural place, related to handling the very headings where
the context menu is.

> The display context submenu should be removed as there is a combobox 
> with its features at the bottom of the list.

Mwah.. It's faster access there, when you are mousing. But OK, not a big deal -
used not that often after all ;)

> The mockup lines up quite well on both rows, so if we want to add the toggle
> and anchor<->text it still can be aligned.

Yes, I'd appreciate those two.

Cheers - Cor

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