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Re: Bugs in default GNOME etch?


On Tue, 16 Jan 2007 14:29:04 +0100, Loïc Minier wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 16, 2007, Tim Dijkstra wrote:
>> Why shouldn't I want to fire up evince when I know I have a
>> pdf/ps/etc file on disk I wan't to read? It has a normal
>> 'open'-button...
> Sure, this is possible, and you can add a launcher for evince if you
> really like, or edit your menu, or launch evince from the "Run
> command" dialog, or from a terminal.

I think a bit of consistency should be used here:

- evince (a document *viewer*) is to be launched from Nautilus ->
    no GNOME menu entry

- eog (an image *viewer*)should be the same IMHO ->
    GNOME menu entry

> The presence in the menu has to be weighted against the cluttering.

If I search for a program, I go to the menu list, not on Nautilus
(obviously this is my personal behavior, which can surely be different
From a new user's one).

Moreover, a well-arranged menu is for sure not cluttered and we're
talking about one more entry, while OpenOffice.ord Draw is listed
twice (Graphics and Office) and the same for Gnomebaker (Accessories
and Sound&Video).

Just my 0.02€, I consider this situation as a very minor one, so I
don't bother more :-)

Thx, bye,
Gismo / Luca

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