[Qgis-developer] The new installer
denis.rouzaud at gmail.com
Mon Apr 29 23:47:42 PDT 2013
Thanks for your replies.
This idea came out this morning mainly from the labelling gui, where I
think the tree widget might be really useful. And I am wondering if a
general mechanism of integrating dialogs in others by merging their left
panels should be developed.
Otherwise, regarding the plugins settings in the main dialog, I got your
point and I almost agree ;)
On 04/30/2013 08:37 AM, Tim Sutton wrote:
> Hi Denis
> On Tue, Apr 30, 2013 at 7:54 AM, Denis Rouzaud
> <denis.rouzaud at gmail.com <mailto:denis.rouzaud at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Well, I like the idea of having everything grouped.
> For example in pyCharm everything is in one dialog: application
> and project settings. And you can search for anything in a search bar.
> If the left panels can be nested (as suggested previously), I
> would even consider integrating the project settings in the main
> I would leave them directly accessible from menus of course, but
> just as shortcuts leading to the main dialog but with the right
> panel open.
> You then would have everything accessible at one place.
> I'm a heavy pycharm user but I find their settings implementation
> completely overwhelming. Even with the search functionality I can
> never find particular settings easily. Given that experience, it makes
> more sense to me if we keep options close the thing that is being
> configured (i.e. as per current plugin implementation).
> On 04/30/2013 07:46 AM, Nathan Woodrow wrote:
>> On Tue, Apr 30, 2013 at 3:19 PM, Denis Rouzaud
>> <denis.rouzaud at gmail.com <mailto:denis.rouzaud at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> Do you think it could be interesting to integrate this also
>> in the settings dialog? If the left panel can be integrated
>> as a tree widget item in the panel of the settings dialog (as
>> I just proposed for the labelling).
>> Not sure I follow that. Why would you want plugins in the
>> settings dialog?
>> - Nathan
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