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Re: [Bulk] Re: Edits to 'Working with Ubuntu' done...with questions.


My opinion is that it is a button. It doesn't start an application when
you click on it, it's still inside the same "window".

John C

On Tue, Apr 2, 2013, at 10:07 AM, Hannie Dumoleyn wrote:

Op 30-03-13 00:19, Jim Connett schreef:

1) Is a lens considered a 'button' or an 'application' for the purpose
of proper markup in tex?

Good question, Jim.

First of all, what is a lens?


The Dash allows you to search for information. This is accomplished by
utilizing one or more lenses


In the Dash you can click on one of the lenses at the bottom of Dash
Home to get filtered search results. So you click on the \button{video
lens} button (or video lens icon) to start the search for videos

In the following example I find the word lens a bit awkward

......\application{Firefox} the \menu{workspace switcher} lens, any
mounted devices, and, of course, the always-important \menu{Trash}

Should we call the Workspace Switcher and Trash icons on the Starter
lenses? And are they menus? Perhaps leaving the word "lens" and tag
\menu out here would be better.

Let's see what our fellow team members think.



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