[Bf-committers] Blender in da news!
blender at instinctive.de
Wed Nov 24 13:44:29 CET 2004
On Wed, 24 Nov 2004, Mal wrote:
>> But they should also do their best to stay out of the power users' way.
> (This includes being a sole substitute for a keypress.)
> True :) The visual gizmo sould be able to be turned off by an advanced user
> ( read: someone who knows enough about the package to find the user interface
> options screen ).
:) Funnily, reaching the user interface options screen (User preferences)
is the most confusing piece of UI I have ever found since I'm using
computers. Damn, OF COURSE you have to drag down a menubar (unmovable in
any other application) at the top of the screen to access an option area
*above* it! I think I found that out after using Blender for about a year ;-)
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