On 01/29/2011 01:19 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Not if you *know* you don't have to aim for it. And then any time
Knowing isn't enough, as this is behavior that either is, or becomes
automatic/sub-conscious due to training.
Blender has drag-from-everywhere sliders with knobs. I found myself
aiming at the knobs and the same was reported by other users. Anecdotal,
yes, but this has to weight more than just claiming it doesn't happen.
>> Finally, a knob requires "dead" space at the start and end of the
One or 2 pixels if you draw a frame around the widget, vs half a
>> Oh, and try a middle-click, sometime ;)
They are no suggested at all. Extra functionality that doesn't indicate
its presence, but is nice to have, you just have to know about this. I
deem this acceptable in cases of non-critical functionality, where the
alternative would be to simply don't have it.
Brought this up as a side-note only, though.
> As for Ardour2's one, I can't count the number of times I've
This supports what I said about knowing it not being enough ;p
But should the faders have their own scales, somehow made to match the
existing scale, or what would you suggest?
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