• Let know that Christian Ghisler himself has read that thread… He told me that in his opinion,But it's no so easy!!
isn't that very difficult to implement the menus “TC-like” in a programme written in C+ - that's the case for XnView. I trust him.
- For once, it's more complicated with Delphi, but still he done in TC…
- Just an exemple to show that Paul and I mean, I think it's self-explanatory :
- This is indeed a good feature, despite it isn't quite achevied…You and Clo had requested the customisation of toolbar, i have added it but almost nobody use it ! (even if i think that it's a good feature)
But it's not quite true that we were the only ones to request that !
- Use the Forum Search, or call Mr. Librarian, and you'll find out a pretty bunch of threads from users
wishing “to add button¦s” while this was impossible !
- Aside, the skins designers didn't provide extra icons for these supplemental buttons, I did, but this is insufficient.
- Buttons (all) and menus use the internal commands, so I guess the two things are linked, and it's still on-topic to quote that.
• I regret such a situation, indeed. But this is not rare in the software-world, alas. Let know that legion of TC home-users never pay, and that only the honest companies allow Ch. Ghisler and his brother to live decently, and to offer (till now and as so further as possible) a very cheap licence that you pay ONCE only in you life……and many commercial users don't purchase licenses
- Difficult to found out the same advantageous licence among millions of softs, with regard to the ratio Quality¦Price…
• Indeed, Paul! Just looking at the above, I can predict that such useless thousands lines of useless sagas are not ended yet……and you'll waste more time later changing continually one item, then another, while finally nobody'll be satisfied with the inaccessible hard-coded structure…
• Hurrah for the pie !…“Edit your .MNU file, and change that you want. Please, see the Help 4. —> c.”
But THIS IS part of that change !… And there are many much more important things to do, e.g. text file based language support.
• Like Paul said already : »…finally nobody'll be satisfied with the inaccessible hard-coded structure…«…I think we should return and discuss Wolfgang's initial issue which is making the menu structure more consistent.
- I would bet that wolfgangbeyer himself'ld be happy with classic customizable menus…;)