Re: Gnome 3.0 - menus

On Mon, 4 Apr 2005, Thom Holwerda wrote:

> Secondly, it reduces clutter quite drastically; for instance, look at
> this screenshot I just made:
> As you can see, there are three basically the same menu bars located so
> close to each other it makes it look confusing and utterly cluttered.
> Now compare the above screenshot to this one:
> It looks less cluttered; there's one single menu bar that sits nicely on
> top, and it's always there. What's the use in seeing the menus of
> windows that aren't active? You will only be able to use those menus
> when the window is activated anyway!

Just curious, why doesn't such an argument apply to the toolbar


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