DaledeSilva wrote:I just checked out IE's method and I'm pretty happy with that.. clean and simply.
I was going to question why IE and not Firefox's method.. but they both support adding / removing and reordering... (though IE's is a little more structured)
... so it's a good suggestion.
Well not only that, but my preference is because it a 'standard' windows control (possibly one of the newer common controls). It is something that windows users are familar with and the functionality is readily apparent. I don't care much for the firefox toolbar customizer myself.
upon implementation of this, To expand the user base, it's important to include a a default toolbar layout that is far more minimal than currently.
- A new user shouldn't be bombarded with an icon for everything possible, most of the actions are available in the dropdowns and it scares away new users that aren't initially interested in complexity.
(as well as from having a cluttered looking interface).
Agreed here.. ideally the existing defined toolbars remain as is, but any button/menu should be removable and assignable to any toolbar.
Along with the ability to create custom user toolbars and arrange any standard icon/menu on to it as they please.
Like the office 2000 or so applications, you could pretty much customize the toolbars and menu's any way you wanted. This is the flexibility and power that MM should have.