Created attachment 126586 [details]
Simple tip for crop-handle
The problem in format menu is already tracked in bug 92733. My concern here is about the toolbars. In Galaxy both commands have the same icon and that the tooltip is not verbose enough to distinguish the commands in a toolbar. Only if you have enabled extended tips, you can distinguish them. Other themes have different icons, but they do not show, which is for handles and which is for dialog.
So two things have to be done:
Make a separate icon for uno.crop, add handles in the icon, for example.
Change the tooltips to indicate, that one icon is for the handles and the other for the dialog.
The screenshots illustrate, what the user gets, if he had the icons side-by-side.
Created attachment 126587 [details]
extended tip for crop-handle
Created attachment 126588 [details]
simple tip for crop-dialog
Created attachment 126589 [details]
extended tip for crop-dialog
Let's set to NEW.
(In reply to Regina Henschel from comment #0)
> Make a separate icon for uno.crop, add handles in the icon, for example.
Go for it if you think its important, as the crop dialog is only accessible by default in the menu as i switched the toolbar and context menus to the interactive crop.
> Change the tooltips to indicate, that one icon is for the handles and the
> other for the dialog.
Tooltip changed with patch sent in for bug 92733.
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An icon for the crop dialog (which is .unoGrafAttrCrop) is still missing in all icon-themes. Some uses .uno:crop explicitely via links.txt file and so show identical icons handle and dialog. Tango and Sifr run into general fallback, so their use of different icons for handle and dialog is accidentally.
The tooltip is OK now.
andreas kainz committed a patch related to this issue.
It has been pushed to "master":
tdf#101295 grafattrcrop get dialog icon style
It will be available in 6.3.0.
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