[Bf-committers] 2.5 UI font
aurel.w at gmail.com
Wed Dec 9 13:19:23 CET 2009
So to sum it up, there are several ways of grouping panels. One for
e.g. that both are visible a time and another one, where you have
tabs. The question is, do we want to decide on one or should be both
2009/12/9 horace grant <horace3d at gmail.com>:
> i have an idea for the horizontal layout (i am not sure though if
> somebody came up with this before already).
> why not simply make every column which is too long scrollable
> individually when horizontal alignment is enabled? should i make a
> quick mockup or is it clear what i mean? i think this would be quite a
> nice solution.
> and additionally, very short panels could be grouped together to fill
> a column better.
> with those two features the horizontal layout could be compact too and
> without any necessary changes to the panel definitions themselves.
> On Wed, Dec 9, 2009 at 10:43 AM, Tom M <letterrip at gmail.com> wrote:
>> My .01 cents is that on netbooks, the horizontal layout is actually
>> preferable since I can get most of the panels on screen, then full
>> screen to make use of my 3D view. Also I think we should make some
>> effort to allow users of previous versions of Blender to migrate a bit
>> more easily. Other thoughts are that if we want to allow customizable
>> interfaces, the inability to customize the interface to be like the
>> old Blender interface indicates that we probably are not adequately
>> customizable yet.
>> On Wed, Dec 9, 2009 at 10:19 AM, <jmsoler at free.fr> wrote:
>>> Selon Jason Millis <bakenbowl at gmail.com>:
>>>> First bring back panel grouping. This feature was essential in
>>>> horizontal layouts and can reduce scrolling.
>>> Ho, yes !! +1
>>> This one too. And not only for the horizontal layouts.
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