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Re: [ide-dev] 10 ideas to improve Eclipse IDE usability

The intent of F2 is really to just give focus to the hover, e.g. for accessibility. That we don't show the two buttons, was a concise decision because once you have the severity of your project problems configured, those buttons will always be just noise. I don't think a new bug is required here.


From:        Mickael Istria <mistria@xxxxxxxxxx>
To:        ide-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date:        02.06.2014 14:55
Subject:        Re: [ide-dev] 10 ideas to improve Eclipse IDE usability
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On 06/02/2014 02:36 PM, Daniel Megert wrote:
Just so people might discover more of those powerful things, we try to remind them that it is very useful to read our Tips and Tricks documents, see e.g.

This is for sure NOT a communication issue or nothing like that. People who want to know what's new can easily find it, no problem on that point.
I'm more concerned by the usability issue and the "hide actions by default" behavior of that warning pop-up. Is there a UI guideline enforcing that? If there is one, is it still accurate (we don't design UX now as we used to do 6 years ago...)?
Should we continue the discussion about this specific pop-up on another Bugzilla?

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