[Bf-committers] Interface - arrows in dropdown menu
dfelinto at gmail.com
Mon Sep 19 23:54:09 CEST 2011
There is a big difference between the dropdown menus that have and don't
have arrows. Dropbox menus that allow for name searching (e.g. Scene,
Materials, ... all datablocks maybe others?) don't have arrows.
The ones that have a limited number of elements (the enums such as Engine,
...) they have arrows.
I like the small arrows you propose. But arrows everywhere I don't think is
necessary/good. It's quite consistent right now if I may say.
2011/9/18 Tobias Oelgarte <tobias.oelgarte at googlemail.com>
> Am 19.09.2011 00:29, schrieb PabloVazquez.org:
> >> I would also suggest to let dropdown menus to be controlled
> (previous/next) with the mousewheel
> > (some) dropdowns can be changed holding Alt + mousewheel
> > Currently mousewheel is used to pan in panels, which I think should
> > stay that way, since it feels natural and requires less (no) clicks
> > compared to MMB+drag
> > +1 to Francesco, indeed it feels like missing in datablock dropdowns
> We already use the mousewheel for for lists (vertexgroups and so on),
> which are interrupting the scrolling. Either we make them also not react
> to the mousewheel, since consitency seams to be important, or we could
> maybe use something like "Shift + Mousewheel" for that?
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