ghost at cs.msu.su
Tue Sep 21 12:10:58 UTC 2010
On Tuesday 07 September 2010 14:18:26 David Nolden wrote:
> Yes the priority order is as you said. However since the tabs are aligned to
> the right, I'd more interpret the rightmost one as "most prominent", at
> least that was the idea when ordering them.
But humans still read left-to-right, not right-to-left.
> Apart from that, what exactly is the difference between different
> perspectives in eclipse?
Just like in KDevelop, each perspective keeps a list of open views and
On Tuesday 07 September 2010 10:37:47 Andreas Pakulat wrote:
> > Also, how this tab UI will scale when there is a dozen of perspectives
> > (which is the case in Eclipse)
> Do you actually use that many perspectives in Eclipse? Maybe I'm not a
> normal Eclipse user here, but I only use 2 perspectives all day.
While those two are most common for me as well, I sometimes use repository
browsing, and java browsing ones.
> particular at least 3 of the standard perspectives are almost the same
> and don't provide a real difference. As we don't provide a separate
> perspective for each type of project or special file we're supporting I
> don't think we'll have the problem of perspective-explosion like
But we show all perspectives, not just those the users have activated with.
While we might have less perspectives than Eclipse, we might very well
eventually have 10 of them.
> Apart from that, isn't it clear how Tabs scale? At some point you get
> left/right buttons on the tabbar.
Yeah, and that, without some LRU order, will gonna be painful.
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