New Settings are scaleable, and readable: really ?

(See illustration attached.)

Here it is, my whole 1024 * 768 , 15" laptop screen

Look at it, and answer those 2 questions :
Question 1 : do you find that scalable?
Question 2 : do you find that readable/usable?

Answers : 1) No, 2) No







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HURRA!!!!
Thanks a lot for taking care of us.

>> Please wait until build #1009 and I'll be happy to hear
>> your comments again.
With such a speed, I am really thinkig of some kind of automated IDEA build loading to my PC :))

HFC.
Andrey.

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Dirk Dittert wrote:

Looks like a lot of developers will have some serious eye cancer soon:

http://www.3plus4.de/eclipse/newlook.html
http://www.seessle.de/eclipse/
http://www.seessle.de/eclipse/mac.html

Dirk Dittert


And we were saying Eclipse was... ummm... what was that again? More
correctly designed and more readable?

What the heck is all that crap! I went blind the second the jpg loaded!

R

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Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

I went blind the second the jpg loaded!



I'm sorry you won't be able to read this Robert, but I'll tell it anyway:
"Get well soon."


Alain

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Alain Ravet wrote:

Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

>> I went blind the second the jpg loaded!



I'm sorry you won't be able to read this Robert, but I'll tell it anyway:
"Get well soon."


It's OK I administered immediate help by placing 2 donuts on my eyes...
they make neat glasses too!

R

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Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

It's OK I administered immediate help by placing 2 donuts on my
eyes... they make neat glasses too!




2 bananas on your ears, 2 donuts on your eyes, joined with 1 toothpick
on your nose, and pink jelly for the lenses: the first eatable mood
improving glasses.
I won't patent it. I offer this to the world, and to all the people who
badly need to distinguish themself, in a classy way :)


Alain

PS: should you build the mood improving device, don't wait, and post a
picture of yourself. I'm sure it would improve our mood as well :)



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hahaha, let me see what I can do. It sounds like fun actually. I don't
know if the tooth picks will work, too much weight from the donuts,
however I do believe some skewers might do the trick (For those who
don't know skewers are those long wood sticks you use for barbecueing)

R

Alain Ravet wrote:

Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

>> It's OK I administered immediate help by placing 2 donuts on my
>> eyes... they make neat glasses too!




2 bananas on your ears, 2 donuts on your eyes, joined with 1 toothpick
on your nose, and pink jelly for the lenses: the first eatable mood
improving glasses.
I won't patent it. I offer this to the world, and to all the people who
badly need to distinguish themself, in a classy way :)


Alain

PS: should you build the mood improving device, don't wait, and post a
picture of yourself. I'm sure it would improve our mood as well :)


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The new settings really are horrible.
It reminds me of program manager in Windows 3.1 (Aaaghh!)

Tree controls are infinitely more user friendly and navigable.

Please bring back the tree controls, or I will maybe have to try and install JBuilder (heaven forbid) ;)

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On Mon, 22 Dec 2003 20:26:17 +0000, Paul Wilton wrote:

Please bring back the tree controls, or I will maybe have to try and
install JBuilder (heaven forbid) ;)


I see the latest build (1019) has a "classic" mode for the settings
dialog. That should (hopefully) shut a few people up.

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