Originally Posted by rgleason
"Enable Transparent Toolbar"
Could the selection become integrated and automatic (when Opengl is not being used) to simplify the menus?
or do people leave this unchecked for some reason?
Does it cause any problem with tablets and touchscreens?
I never use "transparent toolbar". It is always
If it ain't broke, don't fix it. I change annoyances around in my life where possible, but O
's configuration tabs are among least annoying I can recall
. I disagree with Mollymawk per post 26
Overall per an annoying
example, is going from XP to Win7. The same features are there, but moved from one mineshaft to another mineshaft for no good reason that I can discern. I don't see why O
would want to go there.
As to hiding features away in different places, it is silly to think I won't crawl into a maze to find them. The trouble comes when I forget where they are to change them back. I expect there are several others that don't want to be lost
in a program they've been using for years.
I like options.Keep them all. I would rather have a long list than have to click yet another"Advanced" button .
Make a judgement call as to "most-used" and place these at the top if you can... perhaps "so-called" Advanced features could just have a separator line and a title: "Advanced" or OpenGL towards the bottom of the list.
The Vector Charts tab is probably the most dangerous one in O.
You can make important stuff disappear. And yet, I recall
the only fuddlement that commonly shows here on the forum has been the Text Button on the toolbar...
Maybe a popup warning window where you have to press "ok understood" before entering this section of setup will be a better solution.
When I throw a piece of wood on the fire I do not want "Are you sure you want to burn this wood?" showing up on my google-glasses or whatever. I soon learn to brush them aside as "annoyances", or more like, crush the annoyance underfoot.