On Fri, Feb 04, 2000 at 02:59:11PM +0100, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> > "Repeat Last" will repeat the last plug-in. Since menus do not provide
> >  feedback of wether an entry is a plug-in or "built-in" (I think it
> > would even be wrong to do so), you have to know this, which is not
> > easy for beginners.
> 
>  Repeat last should repeat anything that makes sense to be repeated
>  if it doesn't you should create a bugreport and we'll have to fix this.

Come on... this isn't news, and totally obvious to everybody...

> > This is wrong. Many people (like me) rely on text to quickly evaluate
> > situation. This is common for unix-type-people. Icons are a much
> > slower feedback then text.
> 
>  Let's replace the icons by text.... :)

Would suit me. Shall I apply a patch? OF coursem that would be just as
braindamaged as removing text and using icons *instead*.

>  I do select them by look, I only know very vague where e.g. Blend sits.
>  If it isn't clear to an experienced user what tool lies behind a specific
>  icon then the icons are rubbish. 

Please change your attitude: not everybody on the world is a copy of you,
and many people react differently. If something helps somebody else and
does not impair the usability for you than removing that extra redundancy
is wrong.

> > Thats not the point. The point is effective user feedback.
>  Now, where are the users? :)

Here is one. If you are not a user you should not decide whats best
for them. Especially not if you limit your horizon to a single person
(yourself).

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