Office 2003 look

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Would you like a new Office 2003 look in XnView?

Yes
4
31%
No
9
69%
 
Total votes: 13

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Kahless
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Office 2003 look

Post by Kahless » Tue Dec 20, 2005 12:43 pm

Hi all!

I've got a suggestion, as you might have noticed, it's the XnView GUI/look. IMHO the look of the program is little outdated, some might say old school look, and after all you have skins... :) What else do you need?

I've been seeing a lot of programs latelly with updated looks, Office 2003, so to say, and yes I like them... So wouldn't be great to have a fancy new look, like ACDsee has...

As of skins, you could leave them, they should fit very nicely...

Keep up the good work Pierre. I really like your work.

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Re: Office 2003 look

Post by xnview » Tue Dec 20, 2005 1:42 pm

Kahless wrote:Hi all!

I've got a suggestion, as you might have noticed, it's the XnView GUI/look. IMHO the look of the program is little outdated, some might say old school look, and after all you have skins... :) What else do you need?

I've been seeing a lot of programs latelly with updated looks, Office 2003, so to say, and yes I like them... So wouldn't be great to have a fancy new look, like ACDsee has...

As of skins, you could leave them, they should fit very nicely...

Keep up the good work Pierre. I really like your work.
Currently i can't use Office 2003 Style (MFC), but i can perhaps add skin like deluxe version. Some users interested by Deluxe skin in XnView?
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Re: Office 2003 look

Post by helmut » Tue Dec 20, 2005 5:48 pm

xnview wrote:
Kahless wrote:Hi all!

I've got a suggestion, as you might have noticed, it's the XnView GUI/look. IMHO the look of the program is little outdated, some might say old school look, and after all you have skins... :) What else do you need?

I've been seeing a lot of programs latelly with updated looks, Office 2003, so to say, and yes I like them... So wouldn't be great to have a fancy new look, like ACDsee has...

As of skins, you could leave them, they should fit very nicely...

Keep up the good work Pierre. I really like your work.
Currently i can't use Office 2003 Style (MFC), but i can perhaps add skin like deluxe version. Some users interested by Deluxe skin in XnView?
For all I know there were some problems with the skins in XnView DeLuxe. I'd rather have a stable and working XnView than a good looking one.

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Post by klumy » Tue Dec 20, 2005 6:28 pm

as long as each user can decide which look he want to use. the suggestion is OK to me :P
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Post by ckv » Tue Dec 20, 2005 6:33 pm

Well... I admit Office 2003 would make XnView better looking, but... It's only eye candy, useless bloat. I voted no.
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Post by ckit » Wed Dec 21, 2005 1:13 am

I voted no, we have more important issues to address.
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Post by VuDu » Wed Dec 21, 2005 11:48 am

I also voted no, but why is "we have more important issues to address" a reason to vote no?
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