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** '''Stroke pattern''' (''to be implemented''): the representation of a stroke as a sequence of arbitrary objects positioned along the path.
 
** '''Stroke pattern''' (''to be implemented''): the representation of a stroke as a sequence of arbitrary objects positioned along the path.
  
* '''Object''': an independent editable thing on the canvas. May be a ''path'', a ''shape'', a text object, a group, etc.  
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* '''Objekt''': an independent editable thing on the canvas. May be a ''path'', a ''shape'', a text object, a group, etc.  
  
 
== Benutzerschnittstelle ==
 
== Benutzerschnittstelle ==

Revision as of 21:16, 13 September 2005

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  • GermanTerminology
  • RussianTerminology
  • FrenchTerminology


Generelles

  • Knoten: (oder Gelenk?)a special point on a path that determines the path shape. Any path is fully defined by the list of its nodes. It is displayed as gray (when not selected) or blue (when selected) square or diamond on a path when you are in the Node tool. Formen do not display nodes; they have Anfasser. A node may also have one or two Anfasser - these are the small circles connected to the node to adjust Bezier tangents.
  • Anfasser: 1) one of two points around a node, displayed (for selected nodes) as a circle connected with its node by a line (node handles); 2) the arrows around the selected object in selector (scale handles, rotation handles); 3) points on a shape that can be dragged by node tool to edit the shape, displayed as small white diamonds (shape handles); 4) the things that you drag on canvas to set the placement, direction, and size of a gradient or pattern (gradient handles, pattern handles). (Internally this is called a Knot, but this is a deprecated term in user documentation.)
  • Pfad: an object that has editable nodes but does not have controls (when in node editor). An example is a line created by the freehand tool.
  • Live Shape (Vorschläge: Direktform, Formvorgabe, vorgegebene Form, Werkzeugform, Boxform (?)): an object that does not display nodes but may have controls. An example is a circle or star. A live shape can be converted to path by Convert to Path command.
  • Rand: (Vorschlag: Strich, Pinselstrich, Randstrich (bei einem Objekt) ) a visible outline of a shape or path. Not the same as path; a path may or may not have a stroke. If the stroke is present, it can be converted to path by Convert Stroke to Path command.
    • Stroke shape (to be implemented): the dependency of the stroke width on distance along the stroke. Currently only constant-width strokes are supported.
    • Stroke pattern (to be implemented): the representation of a stroke as a sequence of arbitrary objects positioned along the path.
  • Objekt: an independent editable thing on the canvas. May be a path, a shape, a text object, a group, etc.

Benutzerschnittstelle

  • Dokumenten Fenster: the window with a Canvas, Menu, Commands bar, etc. Note that the same instance of the program may have several document windows. Some dialog are referred to as "windows" therefore it is important to distinguish between them and the Document window.
    • Menü, bar at the top.
    • Befehlsleiste, beneath the Menu, with buttons for commands like New, Open, ... Note that this one will likely be broken into many smaller toolbars, each covering one topic, so the user will be able to switch them on/off and rearrange. So this name is temporary.
    • Werkzeugkontrollleiste, beneath the Commands bar. Has the controls for the currently active tool. Note the capitalization. One should not refer to it as the "Tool bar," nor is it a "Tool" edition of the "controls" variety of "bar". It's proper name should be "Tool Controls" bar.
    • Werkzeugleiste, auf der linken Seite.
      • Auswahl-Werkzeug, oder einfach Markierungspfeil
      • Knoten-Werkzeug
      • Zoom-Werkzeug
      • Rechteck-Werkzeug
      • Ellipsen-Werkzeug
      • Sternen-Werkzeug
      • Spiralen-Werkzeug
      • Pencil tool: please, for consistency, do not refer to this as the Freehand tool, or Freehand (pencil) tool. However, you can (and probably should) use Pencil (freehand) tool when you refer to it for the first time.
      • Pen tool: please, for consistency, do not refer to this as the Bezier tool, or Bezier (pen) Tool. However, you can (and probably should) use Pen (Bezier) tool when you refer to it for the first time.
      • Kalligrafie-Werkzeug
      • Text-Werkzeug
      • Verlaufs-Werkzeug
      • Connector tool
      • Farbpipette
    • Seite, der Hauptarbeitsbereich, optional eingerahmt von Linealen und Verschiebeleisten
    • Statusleiste, an der Unterseite

Nicht zu benutzende Bezeichnungen

These are for the code only. Never use them in user documentation.

  • knot (dies kann ein "Anfasser" oder "Gelenk" sein)
  • item (benutze "Objekt")
  • desktop (benutze "Seite" oder "Arbeitsbereich" abhängig vom Zusammenhang)
  • event contexts (sie sind den Benutzern besser bekannt als "Werkzeuge")