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wilder 2007-06-21 06:17 PM

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I'm sorry about this, I really am. I guess I'm a small person... but the @ button drives me crazy. It looks like someone erased half the tail, but [I]why[/I] oh Omnilords?

Every time I look at Omnifocus, I think to myself "what the hell happened to the tail?". Did/does anyone else feel this way, and if so, does it pass with time? To me it doesn't look like a style, it looks like a graphical error (thought it was, when I saw Ethan's demo).

It is testament to how functionally fantastic this piece of software is, that the @ tail is my only complaint. Otherwise, beautiful. Sorry for being petty!

curt.clifton 2007-06-21 06:43 PM

Yeah, that bugs me too. I actually opened the Character Palette and looked at all the @ glyphs. Every one on my PB has the loop passing back under the 'a'. I'm particularly fond of the @ glyph in Baskerville SemiBold Italic. Onyx Regular also has a nice @ glyph.

Frankly, I could do without the @ altogether in the Context View sidebar. Of my 23 contexts, only 5 or 6 are places that I can be "at". I don't have a suggestion for the toolbar button that switches to Context View though. Heh, maybe the Project View button could be a big pile of dirt and the Context View button could be a shovel. :-)

Weasel 2007-06-21 07:18 PM

I don't have as much a problem with the length of the monkeys tail, although it does look odd I have to admit, but I'd love to switch the position of the project view and context view.

Craig 2007-06-21 07:58 PM

It's just stuck at a particular state of [URL="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Athistory.gif"]evolution[/URL]...

michelle 2007-06-22 09:53 AM

Yes, we did in fact get the idea on wikipedia.
[url]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/At_symbol[/url]

I like it, but not everyone at Omni agrees. It still isn't finalized and there is a good chance it will change.


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