Difference between revisions of "Talk:Design Topics"

From Audacity Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(Answers/clarifications/)
m (James moved page Talk:Hacker's Guide to Talk:Design Topics)
 
(2 intermediate revisions by one other user not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
 
'''[[User:Galeandrews|Gale]] 09Dec09: '''
 
'''[[User:Galeandrews|Gale]] 09Dec09: '''
 
* "Discoverable interface": The one place that isn't discoverable according to user comments is the Track Drop-down menu.  
 
* "Discoverable interface": The one place that isn't discoverable according to user comments is the Track Drop-down menu.  
** Agreed.  I have ideas for a solution.
+
** '''James:''' Agreed.  I have ideas for a solution.
*  "LibAudacity (the module formerly known as Mezzo)": [[LibAudacity]] says it was replaced by Mezzo. Both can't be correct. I guess Hackers Guide is wrong?
+
 
** No, both are right.  LibAudacity was a concept, and Mezzo the actual code that started being written.  The concept did change in the process from just tidying up the audio processing code to completely re-writing it - which is why it never took off.
+
==Summary==
 +
Text in [[LibAudacity]] (linked to from [[Hacker's Guide]]) was clarified because the description in [[Hacker's Guide]] appeared to contradict it.

Latest revision as of 21:30, 7 November 2017

Gale 09Dec09:

  • "Discoverable interface": The one place that isn't discoverable according to user comments is the Track Drop-down menu.
    • James: Agreed. I have ideas for a solution.

Summary

Text in LibAudacity (linked to from Hacker's Guide) was clarified because the description in Hacker's Guide appeared to contradict it.