"Branko Collin" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> By abbreviating 'Scale Y:' to 'Y:', you are forcing the user to make 
> an extra mental transaction, namely to first read the 'Scale X:' 
> label, which only is partially related to what the 'Scale Y:' control 
> does.

It works the other way around. If Scale is duplicated the user first
need to recognize that both controls have the same label. She needs to
read both labels and realize that they are the same. With the current
layout the group of controls is labelled "Scale" and then there's an
"X" and an "Y" label for the individual controls.

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