[Libreoffice-ux-advise] [Bug 111809] New Calc split buttons to add/remove columns/ rows should remember last used option/feature

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Sat Sep 23 07:29:41 UTC 2017


Yousuf Philips (jay) <philipz85 at hotmail.com> changed:

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           Keywords|needsUXEval                 |
                 CC|libreoffice-ux-advise at lists |gulsah.1004 at gmail.com
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           See Also|https://bugs.documentfounda |
                   |tion.org/show_bug.cgi?id=91 |
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--- Comment #7 from Yousuf Philips (jay) <philipz85 at hotmail.com> ---
(In reply to Chris Mayfield from comment #6)
> The context menus are just as slow as the new buttons -- both ways require
> two mouse clicks to delete a row/column.

Yes for deleting a single row or column without first selecting them through
the row and column headers would require two mouse clicks, but if a user wants
to delete more than a single row or column, then would selecting them first and
it is a shorter mouse distance to open the context menu than the click a button
on the toolbar.

> Those four buttons were incredibly useful. I would rather be able to "insert
> before" only (in one click) than have all options buried under another
> button.

You can customize your toolbar to have add those four buttons back.

> I agree fewer buttons is better by default. However, wouldn't another option
> be to add the old buttons back to the "Visible Buttons" menu, so that people
> could add/remove them depending on their preference?

Yes it would have been better to have left those there as hidden buttons that
the user could easily unhide, especially those who got used to them being there
since 4.4, so i'll re-add them.

@Gulsah: You interested in doing split button versions of the row and column

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