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2016-02-29 19:33:41 +0200 commented answer Why did you change the save button ? - 2016 Edition

It's a matter of training yourself to use it.

I have 30+ years of training. why I have to train again for every (even minor) version of application xyz ? why you spent al lot of time developing things, so that we have to spend a lot of time to learn how to use it ?

from a professional view: LO is on the right track. like M$ annoying old user base with doubtful changes and inventions.

there was a save-icon discussion in 2012 or 2013 and LO learned nothing from it?

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2016-02-29 18:42:19 +0200 commented answer Why did you change the save button ? - 2016 Edition

thx for the link with the notes. just in 3 lines the icon was changed on ideas of 2 people ? wow ... why merge "save as remote" into the normal "save"-button ? useless for millions ! instead use 2 buttons ! e.g. as in the past, where applications had a "save"-button and a "save as"-button. why change things that are around for decades and disturb the 30+ people, which are used to this good old things ? the modified state in the status bar is also harder to spot then old save-icon in the toolbar.

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2016-02-25 14:05:34 +0200 asked a question Why did you change the save button ? - 2016 Edition


using about 10 days and still don't like the changes to the save button.

the save button looks always like "document changed/not saved" status.

yes there is a tiny star over the disk-icon if the document is "changed/not saved", but it's not easy to spot.

the old "greyed-out"-style for "no changes/saved" status was much better.

regards, tlb