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Alan: I like how the GIMP provides a submenu for Zoom and specifies the Zoom levels as percentages, and I'd like it if Inkscape could try to follow the GIMP on this one. The whole previous/next zoom idea seems really weird to me.   
Alan: I like how the GIMP provides a submenu for Zoom and specifies the Zoom levels as percentages, and I'd like it if Inkscape could try to follow the GIMP on this one.
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The whole previous/next zoom idea seems really weird to me.   
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I prefer how Scribus and the GIMP use only ''Show'' rather than ''Show/Hide'' and I think this is recommended by the Gnome Human Interface Guidelines.   
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I prefer how Scribus and the GIMP use only <i>Show</i> rather than <i>Show[[/Hide]]</i> and I think this is recommended by the Gnome Human Interface Guidelines.   
 
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There is certainly a lot of room to make things more consistant here.   
 
There is certainly a lot of room to make things more consistant here.   
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Andreas: Another nice thing that both GIMP and Scribus make use of is checkboxes, so a user can see if a setting is active or not.
 
Andreas: Another nice thing that both GIMP and Scribus make use of is checkboxes, so a user can see if a setting is active or not.
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Latest revision as of 08:40, 28 July 2012

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Alan: I like how the GIMP provides a submenu for Zoom and specifies the Zoom levels as percentages, and I'd like it if Inkscape could try to follow the GIMP on this one. The whole previous/next zoom idea seems really weird to me.

I prefer how Scribus and the GIMP use only Show rather than Show/Hide and I think this is recommended by the Gnome Human Interface Guidelines.

There is certainly a lot of room to make things more consistant here.

Andreas: Another nice thing that both GIMP and Scribus make use of is checkboxes, so a user can see if a setting is active or not.