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I'm knee-deep in working on the documentation, andNot sure but we should be consistent. Pick one.
should have it together later today or tomorrow.
First, some semantic issues (which may need to be
addressed in the message files, as well):
1. Popup window or Popup Window (proper case on
Settings tab and page title?)
2. Miscellaneous: General or Miscellaneous (there isonly
one page, so whyThe Priority page now missing was Miscellaneous
is it General?)
3. Minor tab text for multiple pages shouldn't haveThis is what I inherited.
redundant names; thus
the following should be changed:
1. Popup window: General
2. Popup window: Exclude
3. Taskbar: General
4. Taskbar: Mouse
to simply:Should be easy to change.
The tab title tells us to what the page refers.
4. Alt+Tab / Ctrl+Tab ("b" is truncated for both strings,Use the correct resolution:-). Probably an easy fix.
5. "Sticky" popup window or Sticky popup (is there aNo also inherited.
need for quotes?)
6. Switch to PM from FS sessions (spell out fullscreen?)
7. Scroll message divider input box should be 1 charall,
I don't understand the Scroll message divider thing at
Gregg. Please explain. The help currently says:More broken then you think. My mouse is set to scroll 3
lines per message so if this setting is 1 it moves it 3
icons. If it is 3 it moves it 1.
I say this is broken because you set the Ctrl wheel and
Alt wheel for amouse separately. I had both set to do
nothing and with a nonsticky Alt-Tab window the scroll
did nothing. Setting Alt wheel to scroll made it work. To
make this work I need to make Alt wheel and Ctrl wheel
look like wheel. This will be great when someone
unknowingly turns the volume to 0 trying to figure out
why this doesn't work.
Specifies how many scroll messages will make thethe
popup window selection
move one step.
Now that I have actually been able to get this to work, I
think we could come up with a better string for this in
properties notebook. (BTW, in the widget, the contextIOW,
menu calls this Properties and not Settings. Frankly, I
think we should change the taskbar context menu to
Properties instead of Settings.)
Could we not just change the string to Scrolling
sensitivity? Technically, this may be a divisor (vs a
divider, which makes me think of a window split instead
of arithmetic), but the end user is going to consider this
sensitivity. On my Logitech mouse, for example, where
my wheel has detents, a value of 1 is one detent to
change task selection, whereas 9 is three detents.
I have to turn it three times farther around at thehighest
setting. To my thinking, this is sensitivity.It appears you figured it out.
Great quick read:m
ouse-wheel/I will take a look. Thanks
(Is that *our* Chris Graham referenced in that article, I
wonder? I'll have to ask him.)
Thanks. Input welcome.
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