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Subject:Re: Describing menu navigation From:Mary Nurminen <manurmin -at- TRE -dot- TELE -dot- NOKIA -dot- FI> Date:Tue, 14 Apr 1998 13:03:53 +0300
Robin Hilp said:L
> This method seems to work for my engineers & customers:
> "Open the Source window Breakpoints menu Set Breakpoint dialog. You
> can add, delete, and edit breakpoints as follows ..." (The Set
> Breakpoint item opens a whole separate dialog.)
> "Enable a signal in the CPU window Options menu Signals item." (The
> Signals item has a sub-menu of items that can be enabled with a
> "Enable the Source window View menu Source Only item." (The Source
> Only item can be enabled with a click/checkmark.)
Is it just me, or does anyone else find this extremely difficult to read??
I have to stick to good old arrows:
Click File --> Open --> New...
It's fast, easy, there are no extra words stuck in there making you have to dig
the actual menu names out of a bunch of gook, and it's in the order the user
actually does it.