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Subject: Re: Delete or hide settings button in Mac OS X
From: "Evans Turner (Work)" <jevansturnerw...@gmail.com>
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...though many of the useful keyboard shortcuts for common functions
are only revealed to users through the wrench menu.
On Mar 31, 1:09=A0pm, Capy <codyku...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Although, the OS X wrench menu is redundant, Google probably wants a
> common look across different OS's. =A0I do think the Wrench Menu needs
> simplification and perhaps a UI refresh.
> Many of the commands are unnecessary. =A0For example, the "New Tab"
> wrench menu button should not exist for the same reason there is no
> wrench menu button for refresh. As for the UI, the items could be
> represented by icons (as in the FF aurora mock), with more buttons
> (like the current edit controls), or in a cleaner list with fewer
> divisions and more natural folders.
> On Mar 30, 9:26=A0pm, David S=E1nchez <juand...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Mac OS X should have the option to hide the settings button, we
> > already have Chromium/Chrome options in the menu bar. I think it's a
> > waste of space having that button in Chromium/Chrome for OS X.