> peter wrote:
>> Martin wrote:
>>> It is cumbersome to manage the tab style on a per-tab level, so I
>>> suggest we make this a global setting. That is, changing the tab
>>> for "one" tab changes the tab style for all tabs. We could also
>>> have it
>>> in Edit -> Preferences -> Interface, but I think it is better to
>>> have it
>>> close to where the action is.
>> I do think it is better to do it where the action is, and
>> because of that and some flexibility for users (it is their
>> priorities and organisation), I would like to see that the
>> setting is per row-of-tabs. because we have one setting
>> thingy visible per row-of-tabs.
> I don't understand who would want a UI where tabs doesn't have the
> same style, what a mess
well, I am thinking about why docks get organised in rows of tabs,
and why in different rows, paralleling. and then I _can_ see that it
sense for some users to have (like in your shot) layers+channels+paths
in text for calmness and brushes+patterns+gradients in icon for
the direct representation of the current selection.
> If you think it is a problem that the setting can be changed in many
> places, then I would rather put it in the Preferences. Making it a
> setting per row of tabs wouldn't be much of an improvement in my
I would hate to see it buried in the preferences.
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