[Scribus] Prefs>Miscellaneous ...
Tue Feb 14 23:47:02 CET 2006
On Tuesday 14 February 2006 17:30, Rich Shepard wrote:
> On Tue, 14 Feb 2006, Christoph Sch?fer wrote:
> > I can think of two ways to make the situation clearer. The first would be
> > to offer one dialog in which the user has the choice between applying the
> > settings in general or only to the current document. The second is to
> > place the document setup under preferences and give both items similar
> > names, e. g. "scribus general setup" and "document setup". It would also
> > be more consistent with many other apps to have both of them under
> > "extras".
> > I also found another issue: "baseline settings" are in "guides", while I
> > was expecting them in the "typography" dialog. I don't know what others
> > think about it, though.
> Allow me to suggest that all preferences and settings go in a single,
> tabbed panel under Edit->Preferences. A number of applications have
> preferences under Edit (which does make sense when we think about it), and
> putting everything that is user configurable in one place removes all
> Now, given the above, it would also make sense to have
> Edit->Preferences->General and ->This document. Some preferences have a
> broader focus than do others so separating them this way would help.
How many layers do you want tho... this is too many imo.
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