Michael Schumacher wrote:
> There have been comments that there's too much information shown there,
> and most of it isn't needed, so imagine what might change in that
> regard... :)
i like customization. As long as it is well structured (and maybe accessible
only if "advanced options" is checked)

in a professional prog like Gimp there is more of a need to fulfill personal
needs than in a simple browser or a imageviewer.

i often changed programs i used, because i couldn't get it do to what i want
or need.

so customization isn't always bad,
i guess it depends on the intended audience.
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