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*Zirkle, Eric
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Toggle Camera button icon

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10-30-2002 11:09 PM
Why was the orthographic/perspective camera toggle button icon changed from
a cylinder to a box? Since it is right next to the Display toggle button
(Shaded, Hidden, Wireframe) it can be very confusing.
*AutoCOL
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Re: Toggle Camera button icon

10-31-2002 12:30 PM in reply to: *Zirkle, Eric
why were any of the icons changed?
IMO, none of them are any clearer, in fact i hate the new pointer in sketch
mode and the 2D constraint icons are just plain ugly...

i really don't understand why they needed to change at all...

col.
*Yeandle, Laurence
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10-31-2002 06:31 PM in reply to: *Zirkle, Eric
The 2D constraints are better, bigger I think, but I agree the camera should
be cylindrical sort of, some of the other icons are too graphical I think
especially the opacity, pan could just be a hand.

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Laurence,
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"AutoCOL" wrote in
message news:7055A2B35197D7BF8D996F35ACBA4815@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> why were any of the icons changed?
> IMO, none of them are any clearer, in fact i hate the new pointer in
sketch
> mode and the 2D constraint icons are just plain ugly...
>
> i really don't understand why they needed to change at all...
>
> col.
>
>

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