Final 3.6 Plan
bvukmer at blackboard.com
Thu Jun 5 12:45:18 UTC 2003
AFAICT, all changes can be turned on/off in Preferences. It would be great if there was a "master-switch" preference that can turn *all* of Diego's look-enhancements on/off. Is there such a preference already?
If there is (or soon will be), I say PLEASE include Diego's look-enhancements in 3.6. Include it with the master-switch set to "off", if you must, but please include it.
I definitely think that the 3.6 release will get a *lot* more attention from the outside world if we have both new fonts and Diego's look enhancements in and turned on by default.
From: Daniel Vainsencher [mailto:danielv at netvision.net.il]
Sent: Thu 6/5/2003 9:10 AM
To: The general-purpose Squeak developers list
Subject: Re: Final 3.6 Plan
If all the changes are configurable, then there's no problem. If not,
and someone thinks a specific change is ugly, then it's better we see
what bugs him before committing to that specific change.
I'd like to know what bugs Avi even if it is optional - some improvement
diegogomezdeck at consultar.com wrote:
> Hi Daniel,
> Every new feature has a preference option to disable it.
> It's possible that I forgot to include a preference option for some
> feature. This could be considered a bug and I'll fix all of them.
> On the other side I hear a lot of people saying "the changes are great".
> So, the opinion of one guy can't be considered "controvertial".
> > Avi Bryant said he dislikes the menu changes. I think we definitely
> > need a few more votes to decide it. Or maybe you can see what bugs him
> > and fix it...
> > Daniel
> > diegogomezdeck at consultar.com wrote:
> >> >>> 8 Diego look style enhancements
> >> ...
> >> > 8 for menus seems a little controvertial. Suggestions welcome,
> >> > otherwise I propose we postpone it.
> >> Which part is controvertial?
> >> Diego
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