Guillermo Espertino wrote:
> I think it's not about customization or not. Is about avoiding a
> cluttered prefs menu with gazillions of options and provide smart ways
> to customize instead.
> Look at this for instance:
> (the upcoming Blender 2.5)
> There you have an example of a highly customizable environment without
> the need of marking checkboxes in the preferences section.
that is an example of "just put it as you like it as you go along."
although the pop-up menu to set the content of the areas is weird...
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