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Re: a web-browser UI concept

From: Rogelio Serrano
Subject: Re: a web-browser UI concept
Date: Fri, 2 Mar 2007 23:29:19 +0800

On 3/1/07, Camille Bourgoin <address@hidden> wrote:

1) the toolbar is separated from the document window. When you gather
two documents together and the toolbar is integrated with the document
: two toolbars (two window) became one toolbar => two documents became
one document. This is an application oriented application.

With the model in my mind (not very useful, I know ;) ) the document
who are gather with another one, is just "behind" the other document.

Thats actually right. Although the number of windows would soon become
unwieldy. thats why i prefer non-overlapping window ui's. A linear
display  is more manageable.

2) this is the reason why the Edit action act only on the document
who are selected. When you click on another document (even if it is
gather with it), you return to the navigation mode. Go back to the
edited document, and you are in edition mode etc. I don't know if it
is possible :(

This is an artifact of overlapping windows.

3) back and forward are seperated from documents because they are
your hands who turn the pages. And we haven't 10 hands ;)

Thats right actually.

Thank you for your comments ! They are very very interesting.

I hope my franchglish is understandable !

>> The article is in french, but the sketches are in english (I'm not
>> very good in english, sorry :( )
> Nous sommes une bonne équipe, parce que je ne comprends pas un mot de
> français ;-).

Ce projet serait-il un refuge de francophone ??  Encore merci pour
toutes tes remarques. J'espère y avoir répondues correctement.


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