[openlp-dev] Re-arranging Settings
suutari.olli at gmail.com
Sun Oct 1 08:28:31 EDT 2017
Other ideas to consider:
a) Hide OS dependable settings, for example the ”Bypass X11 Window manager”
could be hidden on operation systems that do not use it and PowerPoint
settings could be hidden on Mac/Linux.
b) Add ”Search” and create indexes for searching the settings.
c) Automatically use the best settings for ”Players” based on operation
system, bundle VLC core with OpenLP and remove the tab.
d) Remove ”Use given full path for mudraw or ghostscript binary” since pdf
support is integrated anyways?
e) Combine ”backgound color” settings from ”Players” and ”Images” into one
f) Make the ”popup window” larger/scrollable and move some of the settings
to the same page and divide them to sections.
g) Move ”Alerts” setting to the ”Alert Message” window itself.
h) Add ”Show advanced settings” button/checkbox for showing/hiding more
Good Sunday to all,
Olli Suutari / Azaziah
On 1 October 2017 at 10:41, Tim and Alison Bentley <Home at trarbentley.net>
> Display and Interface are technical words so we need a more "user
> friendly" word to cover this but the idea seems sound.
> On 1 October 2017 at 00:01, Philip Ridout <phill.ridout at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Thu, 28 Sep 2017, 23:06 Raoul Snyman, <raoul at snyman.info> wrote:
>>> On 2017-09-28 15:02, Jonathan Corwin wrote:
>>> > Perhaps there is scope for a "Display" and "General" tab and dropping
>>> > "Advanced"?
>>> > So Monitors, Mouse Cursor, Display Workarounds and any other relevant
>>> > settings could go on Display tab and the rest on General. Might still
>>> > not
>>> > be the ideal, but just throwing one idea into the pot.
>>> I think "Display" would be confusing with the output display, but maybe
>>> call it "Interface" instead?
>> From my interpretation of Jonathan's email I thought he was talking about
>> the output display.
>> I think dump the advanced and have General, Display and Interface
>> Monitors, logos, unblank dispaly when ..., mouse cusor, ignore aspect
>> ratio, bipass x11 on the display tab
>> Background audio, application start up, the rest of application settings,
>> ui settings, alternating row colours on the interface tab
>> and the rest on the general tab
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> Tim and Alison Bentley
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