Not clear if this was not yet implemented, but as spec'd in bug 117463 on first launch of a module with a clean new profile, the UI picker was going to be presented.
I will not force showing the UI picker initially. The TotD is a compromise and if users don't take the advice it's pretty easy to do later (View > UI...). Point is that any initial "configure me", "start here", "do that" is odd. My (personal) take => WF.
I am of course fine with not forcing it either. Just filed the BZ as it was an agreed facet of the resolved fixed bug 117463 -- Stuart
Please carefully consider this decision, I think that would be better the dialogue is displayed on the first start. This is a dependency for bug report 117463.
As was said below by Stuart:
>I am of course fine with not forcing it either. Just filed the BZ as it was an >**agreed** facet of the resolved fixed bug 117463 -- Stuart
Why has this agreement now been removed?
>Point is that any initial "configure me", "start here", "do that" is odd. My >(personal) take
Why is this now considered 'odd' and that it will not be implemented?
The ticket is open for one year without interaction. Going to resolve WF now.
(In reply to John Mills from comment #3)
>>Point is that any initial "configure me", "start here", "do that" is odd.
> Why is this now considered 'odd' and that it will not be implemented?
It's a nagging dialog telling the user "before use start configure me". We have many places that needs user input. For example the user name is necessary to identify comments and track changes, of course, but also to store the last editing position, which is not so obvious. If we ask to enter all those information before the firtst use, it's going to be quite annoying. And I see no special need for the UI, rather the opposite.
I hope that you are doing well? I just wanted to say I understand this decision, I disagree as I think it is not in the users benefit to not have this initial choice and I don't see the similarity to the statement in your comment and I don't think anyone would see this as a nag screen, but ultimately this is a decision for the design team.
I'll try and see if there is any areas that I can help out with and join the UX/design meeting in the future.
(In reply to John Mills from comment #5)
> I disagree as I think it is not in the users benefit...
Thank you for accepting other opinions. If we find more users voting to have this start-up wizard thing I'll not block it. It's always possible to reopen a ticket.