The checkbox in the left top corner of each control box should be outside, to the left of (or above) the control box. If the checkbox is checked, the controls in the control box come available. Otherwise, they are greyed out.
Denkster wrote:Please identify the unit of measurement for System spacing (half spaces?)
Jerry wrote:I Kept the checkbox inside the group box, to get a consistent appearance the 'Notes/Change Duration' dialog.
Denkster wrote:Several possible (mis-)interpretations ..
Yes!Jerry wrote: saw some new snow falling and decided to have a little ski trip before nightfall.
Jerry wrote:I'm not sure where exactly you expect the check boxes to be. Perhaps like one of these?
The first one seems clearest to me too - actually positioned right on the frame.Denkster wrote:The first one seems clearest to me.
I hope other people agree, one can never be sure about the impact of a design without testing on 'real' users.
I think all the settings should be saved as part of the score file, not as some separate entity. And, by extension, saving them as part of the score template, or the default score, will allow the user to recall them for later use.Jerry wrote:Hi everybody!
At step three of the development path above we need a combo box and a file dialog to load and save the settings.
OK, I see what you mean now. You want to do some kind of post-processing on an already existing Encore document. I think the term you're looking for is "document preset".Jerry wrote:Hi Polarbreeze!
You're doing exactly what I want the user to prevent from, in particular by finding a meaningful term for this feature: you're confusing score template with <Dokumentvorgabe>.
Here's the difference:...
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