Le Mon, 12 Nov 2012 09:52:45 +0100,
Kjetil Matheussen a écrit :
> On 12.11.2012 08:30, Florian Paul Schmidt wrote:
> > - On my laptop screen estate is precious. While I like the ability
I will be very interested by that. Radium is a great program, but it
scale very badly on my 4:3 screen. The main problem for me is to be
able to read the fonts, they look too small. If I make the font bigger,
the radium window goes over the screen boundaries, and overlap on the
next screen of the wm. So, I use a lot Ctrl-Alt-+ and Ctrl-Alt-- for
If I compare radium with another music editor I liked very much (back
to my time with the Amiga), Music-X, the different parts of the
program was on different superposed screens in the same window. I
don't like tabs, they just eat vertical space. Bindings are better, or
a small button somewhere in a corner.
To have separated windows can be an alternative, but they are
less efficient than key bindings.
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