[Sugar-devel] [DESIGN] Change order of clipboard
manuq at laptop.org
Mon Jan 6 08:00:49 EST 2014
2013/12/10 Frederick Grose <fgrose at gmail.com>:
> On Tue, Dec 10, 2013 at 8:26 AM, Ignacio Rodríguez <nachoel01 at gmail.com>
>> I make a patch for SL #3606
The reporter does not argue why this should be changed, but tells his
>>> In the clipboard, new clippings should be added on top of the previous
>>> Currently, new clippings are added to the bottom of the clipboard, which
>>> I think is unnatural. The behavior should be that of the original mockup,
>>> treating clippings more like real objects which stack on top of each other:
>> Patch attached
>> Ignacio Rodríguez
> The original design had the clipboard at the top-left of the Frame,
> arranged temporally in a push-down stack,
> At some point the designers decided to invert the placement at the
> bottom-left of the Frame, and building a push-up stack, so that the next
> item pushed in or popped out of the stack was from a fixed location (now the
> lowest item). This is like storage systems that dispense items at one
> location by gravity.
Yes.I don't see a strong difference between "top alignment, push-down
stack" and "bottom alignment, push-up stack".
And this is very much widespread to change it without a good reason.
HIG is old and doesn't reflect current implementation. By the way it
contains valuable information and concepts.
- sugar clipboard extends traditional clipboard with clipboard history
- sugar clipboard serves as a temporary storage for sugar objects: a
paper, an image, a sentence, a URL
- any type of object that can be stored in the Journal can likewise be
transported via the clipboard
- a child may place an object in the clipboard with keyboard shortcuts
or drag and drop
I don't know if this is fully implemented. So the clipboard may need
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