I’m still not sure why some people seem to accidentally select that icon if they are no longer newbies. As I said, after more than two years of using PhotoLab on a daily basis I have never accidentally clicked on it, even once. However, if this is really such an issue, then yes, something should be done about it. In an ideal world, the icon bar should be editable so that’s icons could be removed, added, and moved to a different location in the bar like many other software applications today.
Customize toolbar feature similar to Capture One and Firefox and other browsers would be a great addition. However, it should have a very low priority in my opinion with anything since it doesn’t impact image quality, workflow or editing speed for 99% of people.
Agree - to a certain degree - that speed and functionality is important, nevertheless, usability is important too. Would you like to use a software that delivered the best result, if you were only to use it dangling head down from the ceiling like a bat?
I wonder how many of DPL’s users regularly use the miniature effect. I suppose almost none and that 50% of usage is due to people inadvertently clicking on the silly symbol up there!
Every requested feature is legit, as this section is named “Which feature do you need”. The wheighting of a requested feature is done via the number of votes - simple as that. But there will always be people who know your requirements better than you
Regarding the geometry toolbar - I don’t need it very often, either, and especially not the miniature effect. Would be nice if we could get a configureable toolbar up there.
I wonder what all these specific viewpoint tools are doing on the toolbar too. They are all in the essential tools palette.
I agree, it’s the only tab that can’t be undone by clicking it again. Not consequent.