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[livesupport-dev] graphics questions
  • hello to praha, NYC, berlin, budapest, belgrade,

    i am trying to understand where we stand with the design issue. there were
    some questions coming up in the last two weeks. then it went silent, the
    last posting being akos: "i think we can work with this".

    we should try to finish this design package soon(ish)

    my question:

    a) who has a question concerning the graphics design and its implementation?

    b) what can i do to help?

    Micz Flor - micz@mi.cz

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  • Micz Flor wrote:
    > a) who has a question concerning the graphics design and its
    > implementation?
    >
    > b) what can i do to help?

    what is not clear to me is that who will do the window layouts. this is
    a mixed issue with visuality, usability and funcionality. I myself don't
    feel totally qualified for this task...

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  • Akos Maroy wrote:
    Micz
    Flor wrote:



    a) who has a question concerning the
    graphics design and its implementation?




    b) what can i do to help?





    what is not clear to me is that who will do the window layouts. this is
    a mixed issue with visuality, usability and funcionality. I myself
    don't feel totally qualified for this task...













    Hm...now this is the situation that is not
    clear to me either.

     

    Because, it seemed to me that I was the one who
    was supposed to
    comment and work on the issues

     of usabillity and functionality of the
    layouts (as the man from the parallel universe called "radio world" Smile)
    ,

    and that   slowness in implementation of my proposals about the main
    screen functions is only the consequence of  Parsons design team lack
    of time.

     

    However, now I am getting the imprression that
    that I was
    initiating them "on my own hand", and that was the last thing I wanted
    to do.

     

    My questions, comments and proposals - and it
    seems that no one
    read or understood them- were concerning not on the design  itself
    (because i think that it is excellent).

     It was concerning on  the 
    ergonomy of the  function commands that are necessary for radio program
    creating,

     and its acceptability for the users that prepare and mix in
    the radio program......

     




    I just wanted to ask if anyone counts on my
    comments or not....because I don't want to be misundestood for several
    months. 

     

     




    Greetings,

     

    Robert




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  • Dear Robert,

    We all count on your comments. I suggest that you and the Parsons team work
    closely on the look and feel of all windows (i.e. what goes where, etc.).
    Sangita, Charles, does that sound like a good plan to you?

    Sava



    Robert Klajn
    To: livesupport-dev@campware.org
    cc:
    11/18/04 12:59 PM Subject: Re: [livesupport-dev] graphics questions
    Please respond to
    livesupport-dev






    Akos Maroy wrote:
    Micz Flor wrote:
    a) who has a question concerning the graphics design and its
    implementation?

    b) what can i do to help?

    what is not clear to me is that who will do the window layouts. this
    is a mixed issue with visuality, usability and funcionality. I myself
    don't feel totally qualified for this task...




    Hm...now this is the situation that is not clear to me either.

    Because, it seemed to me that I was the one who was supposed to comment and
    work on the issues
    of usabillity and functionality of the layouts (as the man from the
    parallel universe called "radio world" Smile) ,
    and that slowness in implementation of my proposals about the main screen
    functions is only the consequence of Parsons design team lack of time.

    However, now I am getting the imprression that that I was initiating them
    "on my own hand", and that was the last thing I wanted to do.

    My questions, comments and proposals - and it seems that no one read or
    understood them- were concerning not on the design itself (because i think
    that it is excellent).
    It was concerning on the ergonomy of the function commands that are
    necessary for radio program creating,
    and its acceptability for the users that prepare and mix in the radio
    program......


    I just wanted to ask if anyone counts on my comments or not....because I
    don't want to be misundestood for several months.



    Greetings,

    Robert

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    I'm afraid we might be getting into a big misunderstanding.

    Sangita and I just want to make sure we're making the right things. We=20=

    just wanted to be sure
    that what we were making was in fact what you expected, and that it was=20=

    being done well enough
    for the purposes of the programmers.

    The first thing we'll do is implement Roberts comments into the live=20
    mode palette.

    We're sorry if it seems that we're holding things up unnecessarily.

    Sava, yes, it sounds like a great plan.

    Thanks, we'll be in touch soon with our revised mockups,


    Charles



    On Nov 18, 2004, at 6:59 AM, Robert Klajn wrote:

    > Akos Maroy wrote:
    > Micz Flor wrote:
    >
    > a) who has a question concerning the graphics design and its=20
    > implementation?
    >
    > b) what can i do to help?
    >
    >
    > what is not clear to me is that who will do the window layouts. this=20=

    > is a mixed issue with visuality, usability and funcionality. I myself=20=

    > don't feel totally qualified for this task...
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > Hm...now this is the situation that is not clear to me either.
    > =A0
    > Because, it seemed to me that I was the one who was supposed to=20
    > comment and work on the issues
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    > and that=A0=A0 slowness in implementation of my proposals about the =
    main=20
    > screen functions is only the consequence of=A0 Parsons design team =
    lack=20
    > of time.
    > =A0
    > However, now I am getting the imprression that that I was initiating=20=

    > them "on my own hand", and that was the last thing I wanted to do.
    > =A0
    > My questions, comments and proposals - and it seems that no one read=20=

    > or understood them- were concerning not on the design=A0 itself =
    (because=20
    > i think that it is excellent).
    > =A0It was concerning on =A0the=A0 ergonomy of the=A0 function =
    commands that=20
    > are necessary for radio program creating,
    > =A0and its acceptability for the users that prepare and mix in the=20
    > radio program......
    > =A0
    >
    >
    > I just wanted to ask if anyone counts on my comments or not....because=20=

    > I don't want to be misundestood for several months.=A0
    > =A0
    > =A0
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    > Greetings,
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    > Robert
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    charles truett . director . CBTSA

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    I'm afraid we might be getting into a big misunderstanding.


    Sangita and I just want to make sure we're making the right things. We
    just wanted to be sure=20

    that what we were making was in fact what you expected, and that it
    was being done well enough

    for the purposes of the programmers.


    The first thing we'll do is implement Roberts comments into the live
    mode palette.


    We're sorry if it seems that we're holding things up unnecessarily.


    Sava, yes, it sounds like a great plan.


    Thanks, we'll be in touch soon with our revised mockups,



    Charles




    On Nov 18, 2004, at 6:59 AM, Robert Klajn wrote:


    Akos Maroy wrote:

    Micz Flor wrote:

    =20

    a) who has a question concerning the graphics design and its
    implementation?



    b) what can i do to help?



    what is not clear to me is that who will do the window
    layouts. this is a mixed issue with visuality, usability and
    funcionality. I myself don't feel totally qualified for this =
    task...





    =20


    =20

    Hm...now this is the situation that is not clear to me either.

    =A0

    Because, it seemed to me that I was the one who was supposed to
    comment and work on the issues

    =A0of usabillity and functionality of the layouts (as the man from the
    parallel universe called "radio world" Smile) ,=20

    and that=A0=A0 slowness in implementation of my proposals about the =
    main
    screen functions is only the consequence of=A0 Parsons design team lack
    of time.

    =A0

    However, now I am getting the imprression that that I was initiating
    them "on my own hand", and that was the last thing I wanted to do.

    =A0

    My questions, comments and proposals - and it seems that no one read
    or understood them- were concerning not on the design=A0 itself (because
    i think that it is excellent).

    =A0It was concerning on =A0the=A0 ergonomy of the=A0 function commands =
    that
    are necessary for radio program creating,=20

    =A0and its acceptability for the users that prepare and mix in the
    radio program......

    =A0



    I just wanted to ask if anyone counts on my comments or not....because
    I don't want to be misundestood for several months.=A0

    =A0

    =A0



    Greetings,

    =A0

    Robert


    charles truett . director . CBTSA


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    Micz Flor wrote:

    > a) who has a question concerning the graphics design and its

    > implementation?

    >

    > b) what can i do to help?



    From: Akos Maroy [mailto:darkeye@tyrell.hu]



    what is not clear to me is that who will do the window layouts. this is

    a mixed issue with visuality, usability and funcionality. I myself don't

    feel totally qualified for this task...





    Hm...now this is the situation that is not clear to me either.



    Because, it seemed to me that I was the one who was supposed to comment and
    work

    on the issues of usabillity and functionality of the layouts (as the man
    from the parallel universe called "radio world" Smile) ,

    and that slowness in implementation of my proposals about the main screen
    functions

    is only the consequence of Parsons design team lack of time.



    However, now I am getting the imprression that that I was initiating them
    "on my own hand", and that was the last thing I wanted to do.



    My questions, comments and proposals - and it seems that no one read or
    understood them- were concerning not on the design itself

    (because i think that it is excellent). It was concerning on the ergonomy
    of the function commands that are necessary for radio program creating,

    and its acceptability for the users that prepare and mix in the radio
    program......





    I just wanted to ask if anyone counts on my comments or not....because I
    don't want to be misundestood for several months.







    Greetings ,



    Robert






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    style=3D'font-size:10.0pt;font-style:italic'>From: Akos Maroy
    [mailto:darkeye@tyrell.hu]



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    style=3D'font-size:10.0pt;font-style:italic'>what is not clear to me is =
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    style=3D'font-size:10.0pt;font-style:italic'>a mixed issue with =
    visuality,
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    style=3D'font-size:12.0pt;
    font-family:Arial'>Hm...now this is the situation that is not clear to =
    me
    either.



    style=3D'font-size:12.0pt;
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    style=3D'font-size:12.0pt;
    font-family:Arial'>Because, it seemed to me that I was the one who was =
    supposed
    to comment and work



    style=3D'font-size:12.0pt;
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    of the
    layouts (as the man from the parallel universe called "radio =
    world"
    Smile) ,



    style=3D'font-size:12.0pt;
    font-family:Arial'>and that   slowness in implementation of my
    proposals about the main screen functions



    style=3D'font-size:12.0pt;
    font-family:Arial'> is only the consequence of  Parsons design =
    team
    lack of time.



    style=3D'font-size:12.0pt;
    font-family:Arial'> 



    style=3D'font-size:12.0pt;
    font-family:Arial'>However, now I am getting the imprression that that I =
    was
    initiating them "on my own hand", and that was the last thing =
    I
    wanted to do.



    style=3D'font-size:12.0pt;
    font-family:Arial'> 



    style=3D'font-size:12.0pt;
    font-family:Arial'>My questions, comments and proposals - and it seems =
    that no
    one read or understood them- were concerning not on the design  =
    itself



    style=3D'font-size:12.0pt;
    font-family:Arial'> (because i think that it is excellent). It was
    concerning on  the  ergonomy of the  function commands =
    that are
    necessary for radio program creating,



    style=3D'font-size:12.0pt;
    font-family:Arial'> and its acceptability for the users that =
    prepare and
    mix in the radio program......



    style=3D'font-size:12.0pt;
    font-family:Arial'> 



    style=3D'font-size:12.0pt;
    font-family:Arial'> 



    style=3D'font-size:12.0pt;
    font-family:Arial'>I just wanted to ask if anyone counts on my comments =
    or not....because
    I don't want to be misundestood for several =
    months. 



    style=3D'font-size:12.0pt;
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    style=3D'font-size:12.0pt;
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  • I think we have had some miscommunication, which is not so surprising given
    the number of native tongues and time zones we have been operating with/in.

    What matters now, however, is that we can move on according to the plan I
    suggested. If anybody has any questions, please write to the list. If
    somebody is not replying for more than a day, resend the message. OK? Let's
    pester each other Smile

    Sava



    charles truett
    > cc:
    Subject: Re: [livesupport-dev] graphics questions
    11/18/04 04:24 PM
    Please respond to
    livesupport-dev






    I'm afraid we might be getting into a big misunderstanding.

    Sangita and I just want to make sure we're making the right things. We
    just wanted to be sure
    that what we were making was in fact what you expected, and that it was
    being done well enough
    for the purposes of the programmers.

    The first thing we'll do is implement Roberts comments into the live
    mode palette.

    We're sorry if it seems that we're holding things up unnecessarily.

    Sava, yes, it sounds like a great plan.

    Thanks, we'll be in touch soon with our revised mockups,


    Charles



    On Nov 18, 2004, at 6:59 AM, Robert Klajn wrote:

    > Akos Maroy wrote:
    > Micz Flor wrote:
    >
    > a) who has a question concerning the graphics design and its
    > implementation?
    >
    > b) what can i do to help?
    >
    >
    > what is not clear to me is that who will do the window layouts. this
    > is a mixed issue with visuality, usability and funcionality. I myself
    > don't feel totally qualified for this task...
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > Hm...now this is the situation that is not clear to me either.
    >
    > Because, it seemed to me that I was the one who was supposed to
    > comment and work on the issues
    >
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    Of course Charles,





    I have understood you very well that you are all revising the project

    and that we are going to see the result as soon as you can do it.



    Probably I have made a wrong impression by reading the discussion between
    Micz and Akos. Smile



    However, I am sure that we have a perfect result smiling in front of us,

    and I hope that my wishes (it's too strong to say remarks) won't disturb

    the global windows appearance that much,

    and that this is really only the matter of fine tuning.



    So let's move on with the good vibes and excellent work.



    All the best and sorry for the unnecessary confusion.









    Robert







    _____

    From: charles truett [mailto:charles@cbt3.com]
    Sent: Thursday, November 18, 2004 4:25 PM
    To: livesupport-dev@campware.org
    Subject: Re: [livesupport-dev] graphics questions



    I'm afraid we might be getting into a big misunderstanding.

    Sangita and I just want to make sure we're making the right things. We just
    wanted to be sure
    that what we were making was in fact what you expected, and that it was
    being done well enough
    for the purposes of the programmers.

    The first thing we'll do is implement Roberts comments into the live mode
    palette.

    We're sorry if it seems that we're holding things up unnecessarily.

    Sava, yes, it sounds like a great plan.

    Thanks, we'll be in touch soon with our revised mockups,


    Charles



    On Nov 18, 2004, at 6:59 AM, Robert Klajn wrote:

    Akos Maroy wrote:
    Micz Flor wrote:

    a) who has a question concerning the graphics design and its implementation?

    b) what can i do to help?


    what is not clear to me is that who will do the window layouts. this is a
    mixed issue with visuality, usability and funcionality. I myself don't feel
    totally qualified for this task...






    Hm...now this is the situation that is not clear to me either.

    Because, it seemed to me that I was the one who was supposed to comment and
    work on the issues
    of usabillity and functionality of the layouts (as the man from the
    parallel universe called "radio world" Smile) ,
    and that slowness in implementation of my proposals about the main screen
    functions is only the consequence of Parsons design team lack of time.

    However, now I am getting the imprression that that I was initiating them
    "on my own hand", and that was the last thing I wanted to do.

    My questions, comments and proposals - and it seems that no one read or
    understood them- were concerning not on the design itself (because i think
    that it is excellent).
    It was concerning on the ergonomy of the function commands that are
    necessary for radio program creating,
    and its acceptability for the users that prepare and mix in the radio
    program......



    I just wanted to ask if anyone counts on my comments or not....because I
    don't want to be misundestood for several months.




    Greetings,

    Robert

    charles truett . director . CBTSA


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    result  as soon as you can do it.



    style=3D'font-size:
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    style=3D'font-size:
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    impression
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    style=3D'font-size:
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    strong
    to say remarks) won't disturb 



    style=3D'font-size:
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    that much,



    style=3D'font-size:
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    matter of
    fine tuning.



    style=3D'font-size:
    12.0pt'> 



    style=3D'font-size:
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    vibes and
    excellent work. 



    style=3D'font-size:
    12.0pt'> 



    style=3D'font-size:
    10.0pt;font-family:Arial;color:navy'>All the best and sorry for  =
    the
    unnecessary confusion.  



    style=3D'font-size:
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    style=3D'font-size:
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    charles truett [mailto:charles@cbt3.com]

    Sent: Thursday, November =
    18, 2004
    4:25 PM

    To: w:st=3D"on">livesupport-dev@campware.org

    Subject: Re: =
    [livesupport-dev]
    graphics questions
    lang=3DEN-US>





    style=3D'font-size:
    12.0pt'> 



    face=3D"Times New Roman">I'm afraid we =
    might be
    getting into a big misunderstanding.



    Sangita and I just want to make sure we're making the right things. We =
    just
    wanted to be sure

    that what we were making was in fact what you expected, and that it was =
    being
    done well enough

    for the purposes of the programmers.



    The first thing we'll do is implement Roberts comments into the live =
    mode
    palette.



    We're sorry if it seems that we're holding things up unnecessarily.



    Sava, yes, it sounds like a great plan.



    Thanks, we'll be in touch soon with our revised mockups,





    Charles







    On Nov 18, 2004, at 6:59 AM, Robert Klajn =
    wrote:



    face=3D"Times New Roman">Akos Maroy =
    wrote:

    Micz Flor wrote:



    a) who has a question concerning =
    the
    graphics design and its implementation?




    b) what can i do to =
    help?






    what is not clear to me is that who =
    will do
    the window layouts. this is a mixed issue with visuality, usability and
    funcionality. I myself don't feel totally qualified for this =
    task...














    Hm...now this is the situation that is not clear to me either.

     

    Because, it seemed to me that I was the one who was supposed to comment =
    and
    work on the issues

     of usabillity and functionality of the layouts (as the man from =
    the
    parallel universe called "radio world" Smile) ,

    and that   slowness in implementation of my proposals about =
    the main
    screen functions is only the consequence of  Parsons design team =
    lack of
    time.

     

    However, now I am getting the imprression that that I was initiating =
    them
    "on my own hand", and that was the last thing I wanted to =
    do.

     

    My questions, comments and proposals - and it seems that no one read or
    understood them- were concerning not on the design  itself (because =
    i
    think that it is excellent).

     It was concerning on  the  ergonomy of the  =
    function
    commands that are necessary for radio program creating,

     and its acceptability for the users that prepare and mix in the =
    radio
    program......

     





    I just wanted to ask if anyone counts on my comments or not....because I =
    don't
    want to be misundestood for several months. 

     

     





    Greetings,

     

    Robert



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    wonderful!



    On Nov 18, 2004, at 11:54 AM, Robert Klajn wrote:

    > =A0
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    > Of course Charles,
    >
    > =A0
    >
    > =A0
    >
    > I have understood you very well that you are all revising the project
    >
    > and that we are going to see the result=A0 as soon as you can=A0do =
    it.
    >
    > =A0
    >
    > Probably I have made a wrong impression by=A0 reading=A0 the =
    discussion=20
    > between Micz and Akos. J
    >
    > =A0
    >
    > However, I am sure that we have a perfect result smiling in front of=20=

    > us,
    >
    > and I hope that my wishes (it's too strong to say remarks) won't=20
    > disturb=A0
    >
    > =A0the global windows appearance that much,
    >
    > and that this is really only the matter of fine tuning.
    >
    > =A0
    >
    > So let's move on with the good vibes and excellent work.=A0
    >
    > =A0
    >
    > All the best and sorry for=A0 the unnecessary confusion.=A0=A0
    >
    > =A0
    >
    > =A0
    >
    > =A0
    >
    > =A0
    >
    > Robert
    >
    > =A0
    >
    > =A0
    >
    > =A0
    >
    >
    > From: charles truett [mailto:charles@cbt3.com]
    > Sent: Thursday, November 18, 2004 4:25 PM
    > To: livesupport-dev@campware.org
    > Subject: Re: [livesupport-dev] graphics questions
    >
    > =A0
    >
    > I'm afraid we might be getting into a big misunderstanding.
    >
    > Sangita and I just want to make sure we're making the right things.=20=

    > We just wanted to be sure
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    > was being done well enough
    > for the purposes of the programmers.
    >
    > The first thing we'll do is implement Roberts comments into the live=20=

    > mode palette.
    >
    > We're sorry if it seems that we're holding things up unnecessarily.
    >
    > Sava, yes, it sounds like a great plan.
    >
    > Thanks, we'll be in touch soon with our revised mockups,
    >
    >
    > Charles
    >
    >
    >
    > On Nov 18, 2004, at 6:59 AM, Robert Klajn wrote:
    >
    > Akos Maroy wrote:
    > Micz Flor wrote:
    >
    > a) who has a question concerning the graphics design and its=20
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    > b) what can i do to help?
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    > what is not clear to me is that who will do the window layouts. this=20=

    > is a mixed issue with visuality, usability and funcionality. I myself=20=

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    >
    > Hm...now this is the situation that is not clear to me either.
    > =A0
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    > My questions, comments and proposals - and it seems that no one read=20=

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    > I just wanted to ask if anyone counts on my comments or=20
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    > =A0
    > =A0
    >
    >
    > Greetings,
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    > charles truett . director . CBTSA
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