Created attachment 142184 [details]
Toolbars in Calc chart editing that need to be ported to the Notebookbar.
When double clicking on a chart to edit chart, the UI in Calc changes to a distinct set-up with three unique toolbars: Drawing, Formatting and Standard.
These toolbars need to be ported to the Notebookbar UIs for the Notebookbars to leave experimental.
I request that Notebookbar UI files are placed in the corresponding location so that Andreas can work on creating Notebookbar equivalents to those toolbars.
Would be nice
needed commands to do chart editing are here:
Szymon mentioned the following:
- You just have to edit notebookbar.ui file from calc directory using glade and put these commands in the current Tabbed bar/Groupedbar "Object" tab.
- this should be implemented in the existing ui files. As you can see notebookbar was switched to the tab "Object". Unfortunately we can't detect what type of object is currently selected I think.
But we can put some functions from mentioned toolbars in this place (object tab_
Created attachment 142445 [details]
Icons to add to Object tab in Excel for Chart editing
With the Help provided by Szymon, here is a mock-up of how the Chart editing icons would look like added to the Object tab.
Created attachment 142446 [details]
Alternative 2 with Forward and Back buttons
Here's an alternative with Forward and Back buttons as well (this way lower and bottom line are more symmetric). We would need pointers for Forward and Back buttons though
This bug can be fixed with:
1. add notebookbar option for chart module
2. add remove notebookbar (from other modules) like in the codepointer menubar and toolbar were removed from other modules.
It's a clear request to development and no further UX input is needed at the moment.
Since this UX related, that's why I added NeedsUXeval. I'm sorry. :(
(In reply to Pedro from comment #8)
> Since this UX related, that's why I added NeedsUXeval. I'm sorry. :(
No problem. We set the flag for UX/UI related discussion but when the input has been given it's removed. Developers don't work while things haven't been discussed thoroughly (as long the flag is set).