"Hyperlink" dialog (CTRL-K).
I click on the bullseye to add a "Target" to the form "Target in Document".
"Target in Document" dialog appears.
[A] the "Target in Document" window appears over the "Hyperlink" window covering the form (and also the tabs) so I can't see what happens when I select a target;
[B] selecting a target with a single click doesn't add the target so I can just click "OK" (instead of "Apply, then OK").
If [A] and [B] are corrected, then I could see the content of the form "Target in Document" updating when I click on the target, so then I click ok, ok, and move on.
This may look trivial, but is related to
so now contributes to great overclicking.
I agree: improvement should be possible
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I support the enhancement request. A document may have many hundreds of links to apply; it is tedious and time-consuming to have to click three times for every list item.
To create a link in the "Target in document" dialogue, the user has to click 3 (yes THREE) times.
I suggests the following enhancements together:
1. User can apply the link and close the dialog by double-clicking a list item.
2. Lose the "Apply" button and just have an "OK", so the user can simply click on a list item then click "OK".
… and lose the "Close" button of course.
I think [A] is corrected now, but [B] is still not implemented. Personally, I would not remove the apply and close button. @Heiko, what do you think?
If we tinker those buttons we also have to make the Navigator window model. I understand the concerns about Close and Apply (the latter doing nothing if a selection can't be applied). But otherwise it's also a convenience and accessibility feature (think of screen readers and keyboard interactions). So I agree with Andreas to resolve this as WFM.
@Andreas: Adding needsUXEval requires to CC email@example.com to address more than just me :-).