I'll take the brazilian portuguese translation. If you would mind
sending me a file with the whole survey, I can resend you in a couple of
Em 05-07-2011 09:02, [hidden email] escreveu:
> If there are no more comments and noone who wants to translate the survey
> into another language, we will start with the survey about mid / end next
it appears to me that the question involving the Ribbon(tm) is a little
misleading, partly because of the use of the name 'ribbon'. I'm not
pretty sure what the question is, and reading it I feel I have only two
choices: a) don't answer, b) choose the one that don't mention the
ribbon, since I don't like it (if I did like it, then it would be the
other way around). If the question is not "do you like M$ Ribbon
design?", I'd suggest not mentioning it at all.
If the question is about dynamic menus, then the concept needs
> Hi Bjorn,
> Björn Balazs wrote:
>> > @dror:
>> > Your suggestion about using use cases as examples is good, as it is quite
>> > abstract and sometimes hard to understand the way it is now. Though I
>> > don't fully understand your two sentences ("to choose a Case format click
>> > Format and get all the alternatives among other formatting options (Font,
>> > Paragraph, Bullets, etc.)" and "to choose a Case format click Format and
>> > then click Case to get all the alternatives".) But we have been discussing
>> > these questions a lot - and these dimensions are hard to address! So we
>> > are open for any suggestion here.
> Here is another attempt, hope it will be clearer:
> (-) Many information at all levels, but less levels (low menu deepness) →
> Many menu items in few levels: E.g. choose Bold/Italic/Underline directly
> under Format menu item. (More clutter, fewer clicks).
> (-) Less information at all levels, but more levels (high menu depth) → Few
> menu items in more levels: E.g. choose Bold/Italic/Underline from a
> Character item under Format menu item. (Less clutter, more clicks).
> and for another question:
> (-) Pooled toolbar without separation of main menu and toolbar (Ribbons,
> e.g. new versions of Microsoft Office since 2007 → Ribbon style toolbar
> (like in MS-Office, version 2007 and onwards): Pooled toolbar without
> separation of main menu and toolbar.
> (-) Classic separation in main menu and toolbar (e.g. menu control in
> LibreOffice) → A classic menu and set of toolbars (like in LibreOffice,
> OpenOffice and old versions of MS-Office).
after launch of the plattform (see other mail) we unfortunatly found a small
bug that inhibits full translations of studies - this will be fixed on
friday. So we will start the survey beginning of next week. Next to this, we
have integrated most of your comments into the plattform.
All people willing to translate the survey will get a personal email from me
or Isabel as soon, as the bug is squashed... :) - and dror - sorry, but we
are not yet capable of integrating languages that do not run from left to
Am Dienstag, 5. Juli 2011, 12:32:36 schrieb Rafael Rocha Daud:
> I'll take the brazilian portuguese translation. If you would mind
> sending me a file with the whole survey, I can resend you in a couple of
> days. Thanks./
> Em 05-07-2011 09:02, [hidden email] escreveu:
> > If there are no more comments and noone who wants to translate the
> > survey
> > into another language, we will start with the survey about mid / end
> > next
> > week.
> > Best,
> > Björn