Expanding/collapsing is an essential part of a tree structure, since it
allows to speed up navigatioon.
I don't believe the parameter search idea would introduce too much
complexity, as the interface would already need to keep track of all the
parameters in the tree.
I quite agree about keeping the command and "visual", to use the vi
terminology, interfaces fairly separate. Ecasound is a good reference
for a command-driven interface, but I especially like the way nama has a
"nearly" (we still have to review it) coherent set of long-hand and
matching short-hand commands.
On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 10:55:09AM +0200, Julien Claassen wrote:
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