Re: Typographical treatment of GUI components
David Chinell wrote:. . .
Does anyone have any information to support (or not) bolding
GUI component names in printed reference manuals or Help
I don't recall -- has anyone suggested using a slighty different font with the same "grey level" so as to make the names distinctive but not so "loud"?
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