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Re: \lens macro
Can I suggest that the word 'button' be reserved for something that is just
that, i.e a button on a form like 'OK' and that other clickable objects be
referred to as 'icons'. This means that one can refer to clicking any of
the 'icons' in the launcher or in the dash without having to work out what
is a \lens and what is a \button.
Personally, I would not know without a lot of examples what clickable
objects are lenses. It is my understanding that 'lens' is a term used by
developers for an object that works in a particular way and while the
distinction between lenses and other objects is important to developers, it
has little significance to the type of user this manual aimed at.
On 4 April 2013 08:01, Hannie Dumoleyn <lafeber-dumoleyn2@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Thanks, Kevin, a good solution.
> Could editors please adjust this in their chapter/section?
> Op 02-04-13 23:23, Kevin Godby schreef:
>> 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?
>> Another option is to just give it its own command. Then we can easily
>> adjust the formatting (visual appearance) later.
>> I've added a \lens macro that you can use for lenses.
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