#10 Suggestion

Translation (4)

In french, I prefer to have wrote in the menu
"Simulation d'emprunt" rather than only "Simulation"
which is not really "speaking".


  • courou

    courou - 2003-01-30
    • priority: 5 --> 9
    • assigned_to: tobozo --> courou
  • Lucie Lansciac

    Lucie Lansciac - 2003-01-30

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    If you mouse over the simulation link, then you'll see
    "simulation d'emprunt", but it's difficult to write long
    words in this menu bar without getting scrolling problems.
    It's why you have cut names like
    livre|calendrier|simulation|etc .... If you get another
    solution, you are welcome.
    One answer could be put a graphical menu with drawings.

  • Lucie Lansciac

    Lucie Lansciac - 2003-01-30
    • assigned_to: courou --> lansciac
    • status: open --> open-fixed
  • Pascal DELROT

    Pascal DELROT - 2003-01-30

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    I understand what you mean. Could we make a menu bar on 2
    lines ?
    If we put a online help under the calendar on the left, my
    suggestion will be useless.

    Images could be a solution, but they could surcharge the
    simple, readable and efficient interface.
    Other ideas ?


  • Lucie Lansciac

    Lucie Lansciac - 2003-01-30

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    Today, we can't change anything about it. Word length change
    according to languages. Imagine that MyPhpMoney is actually
    working in 6 different languages. It's so difficult to
    manage languages in this area. A solution could be a total
    reimplementation of the menu area. It's not the actual
    topic. Furthermore, in most of current applications, you'll
    see small words like "ok" or "cancel", and "discard". The
    first sense of choosen words must be enough explanatory for
    users understand one way, and only one. Yes, this is an art,
    this is our job; so go on and smoke your brain ;)

  • courou

    courou - 2003-02-01
    • assigned_to: lansciac --> courou
    • status: open-fixed --> closed-fixed

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