Re: [LAD] sliders/fans

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Date: Thursday, November 24, 2011 - 9:30 pm

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> Just a thought=2C but perhaps an effort at a LAD HIG (Human Interface

y

Are there any LAD reference docs here or is it completely greenfield?=20

I did some searches on LAD HIG and you get some really off-topic results=2C
good read=2C just off topic.

If it is greenfield then any concept of semantics should be dropped and
leave the basic concept of what key/button pairs should cause a controller
to do.

The net effect of the change is up to the app=2C no?

Regards=2C nick.
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&gt=3B Just a thought=2C but perhaps an effort at a LAD HIG (Human Interfac=
e&gt=3B Guidelines) might be a good idea=2C so things like this ar=
en't arbitrarily&gt=3B different between apps and plugins?&gt=3B &gt=3B Naturally the scope of such a thing would be limited since differe=
nt&gt=3B programs have different needs=2C but at least things like twid=
dling&gt=3B parameters could easily be standardized.Are there a=
ny LAD reference docs here or is it completely greenfield? I did so=
me searches on LAD HIG and you get some really off-topic results=2Cgood=
read=2C just off topic.If it is greenfield then any concept of sem=
antics should be dropped andleave the basic concept of what key/button =
pairs should cause a controllerto do.The net effect of the chan=
ge is up to the app=2C no?Regards=2C nick.
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