Le Tue, Oct 08, 2002, à 10:01:44PM -0400, Johan Ovlinger a écrit:
> 1) Prettiness: The association arrows in uml place the role-names too
> close to the arrow head, thus obscuring the first/last letters in
> the name by the arrow head.
I think this has been changed in CVS; can you give it a shot?
> 2) Usability: The modal dialogs you get for classes and packages often
> pop up UNDER all other windows. Pan/Galeon (the only other apps
> that I use with dialogs) get them to pop up on top, so I suspect
> there is a wm hint that can be set somehow. At least there's no
> longer a segfault if you double click the object again (as there
> was in 0.88.1)
I have no idea, but I often have trouble with this kind of behaviour
(especially with Mozilla). Can you see if Pan/Galeon actually *move* the
mouse pointer when they pop a dialog up?
> 3) Usability: In aforementioned dialogs, pressing return Should act
> like clicking "OK". Since "Apply" is the default action (hrm)
> binding that to return would also be ok, but that doesn't happen
Indeed. In fact, we should align with the HIG as much as possible (to the
extent that we do not follow the brain-dead "lack of cancel and lack of OK
button" like the GNOME2 control centre).
> 4) Usability (questionable): The shape selection reverts to arrow away
> after each use. F.ex, if I want to make several classes, I have to
> click on the class button, place the class, click on the class
> button again, place the next class... I would prefer the selection
> to be "sticky", so that I had to explicitly click on the arrow tool
> to be able to unselect class tool.
There is a setting for that in the global prefs, and you can use the space
bar as a shortcut between your last two tools.