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CK> Curious as to the rules governing design of toolbars and what
CK> you have experienced.
personally I do not like them very much. You have to learn the symbols
besides the few standard ones and often you hardly recognize what they
are supposed to mean. Besides, they tend to change a lot from one window of an
application to the next.
Perhaps the best idea is to give the user some freedom to configure the
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