2593[NTB] Re: Favorites
- Oct 2, 1998Hi Sami;
Your comments are of interest since I am looking at methods to
organize groups of files. Does the following text diagram
describe what you have in mind?
Catagory 2-----File a (Catagory 2 selected, typical)
Catagory 3 File b
Catagory 4 File c-----Open (File c selected, typical)
etc. File d Cut
If I understand correctly,
Favorites would correlate to a directory.
Each catagory would correlate to a folder in the directory.
Each folder would contain the files showen in that sub-menu.
Comments welcome, Len
At 09:57 PM 10/2/98 +0200, you wrote:
* As I mentioned earlier (NoteTab advanced list), the way NoteTab's
* Favorites menu works is less than ideal.
* Instead of going into details about the downsides of the current
* implementation, I'll describe an alternative which I think might
* be better.
* Any suggestions, comments and criticism is very much appreciated.
* The "categories" would be subdirectories in the Favorites
* These directories would contain shortcuts (!) to the documents
* contained in the category.
* The Favorites menu would contain submenus for each category
* and these submenus would show the documents in the category
* (shortcuts in the directory).
* The submenus would also contain the following commands:
* open all documents,
* close all documents.
* Clicking on a document in a category listing would of course open
* that file.
* The categories and files on the menu would also have a popup menu
* (activated by RMB) with the following commands:
* open, cut, copy, delete.
* The popup menu of the file tabs would contain these commands:
* add document to favorites,
* add all documents to favorites.
* When these commands are selected, a new dialog would be presented
* where the destination category can be selected.
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