Soon.microelly2 wrote: ↑Sat Mar 10, 2018 6:11 amI still want to remember the pie menu
https://forum.freecadweb.org/viewtopic. ... 90#p141903
Microsoft products have a big user base. Therefore if such company does some UX thing. That likely will get discussed frequently. Like the "iPhone introducing the notch". Hard to believe on how much discussions such a thing triggers. Microsoft used one approach out of infinitive possibilities. And it became a standard to some. Mainly because of the huge user base involved.
Tab bar approach is a common approach used in a lot of applications over the decades. A few years back we had a similar discussion and luckily things didn't stop just at the discussions. Therefore if you would like to use the "@pablogil's approach". Here is what you have to do:I think a tabbed workbench would be better, while preserving the current toolbars. If anything was done at all, I'd vote for considering @pablogil's approach.
Ok, thanks. I'll check it out. Below is a link to the Bentley Microstation (CONNECT Edition) UI. They inplement exactly what I was talking about above, with a dropdown to choose different workflows that reorganizes the ribbon UI.