Subject: Re: definitions -- *DI window management
From: Paul Rohr (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Aug 20 2001 - 11:13:34 CDT
At 10:02 AM 8/20/01 -0400, Dom Lachowicz wrote:
>Me too. It seems painfully clear to me that all those who might actually
>to code this new proposed functionality are staunchly against implementing
>Please let this thread die or else send a patch which implements your
>functionality. I am *loathe* to change this without actually going to a
>usability lab to test this out. And even then I'll need a patch to show the
>difference between the two proposed modes.
Yep. We seem to have long since passed the point of diminishing returns on
this conversation. In the interests of clarity, I've tried to be responsive
to a number of variations on the same argument, but now that I've gotten a
whiff of how the Word 2000 UI handles this, I don't think there's anything
new to be learned.
(For example, I happen to be mildly curious about how the "inner" close box
behaves when there's more than one document or view open, but knowing the
answer won't change anything for me.)
If there are any doubts about what my position on this issue is, feel free
to ask specific questions. Otherwise, I'm ready to move on.
PS: I know we've had longer design threads on this list in the past, but
somehow this one seems particularly exhausting. Is it just me?
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