01.12.2016, 18:51, "Mike Jackson" <imikejack...@gmail.com>:
> <rant>
>    Rule 1: "new" way of doing user interfaces dictates that in no way
> should the UI widgets indicate that they can be clicked, moved or
> interacted with. It is entirely up to the user to simply click all over
> the interface until some hidden menu shows up or something happens.
>    Rule 2: Ensure the contrast of user interface elements, especially
> text, is so light as to alienate anyone with poor eyesight.
>    Rule 3: It is your design. You worked *hard* on it. It should be
> *hard* to use.
> </rant>
>
> Yes, I'm "old". Yes, I'm angry about the decline in usability of apps in
> general over the last few years. QtCreator, where I spend 95% of my time
> each day, going down in usability does not make me happy and only serves
> to push me somewhere else. I had emailed about the scrollbars on Windows
> and Linux which are so light in contrast they are very difficult to
> figure out where the "handle" is at.

Well, if you are about overlay scrollbars, on Linux it's very easy to get
rid of them

>
> --
> Mike Jackson [mike.jack...@bluequartz.net]
>
> Jason H wrote:
>>  What about the attached UI says that you can right click on Build& Run?
>>
>>  It just looks like bold text.
>>
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Konstantin
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