You are probably right - and it is difficult to see for longterm users. Do you think of newbie versions for all or some workbenches? Or do you think about a basic "Newbie Workbench" which contains only basic functions? What should be in such a workbench?
The problem I see is that maybe the workbench concept makes sense from the developer point of view but maybe the final user should not care about that...
I am sorry I did not have the time to go over that thread. I will have to find the time to go over the 7 pages available. Wow, that thread is going fast.
Could be. But looking at the image (as somebody that newer used it) i am not exactly sure what button i would press first. Therefore i don't know if such UX is trying to addressees the "new user friendly approach"? It expects some prior knowledge for it to start making sense?
This is one of the more helpful ideas to me in understanding why people complain about FC's UI. The general pushback is "parametric CAD isn't easy", and I'll grant that, but the UI is too open. The fact that some commercial CAD systems constrain the workflow by forcing different files for different flows makes a lot of sense.antoniovazquezblanco wrote: ↑Tue Nov 06, 2018 9:37 amMaybe the workflow should be organized even before the user reaches the point where to select the workbench. Maybe even when creating a file (?). Other cad solutions clearly split what a part is, an assembly, a simulation etc by means of different file types.