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Originally Posted by kmarkley
My 2 cents worth on the UI - the best UI is one that users don't have to learn how to use. Everyone is already familiar with using bookmarks in a browser. So maybe you could just add a "Perspective" menu that works just like that. First item would be "Add Perspective", then a list of the ones you've already saved. Simple and intuitive.
Sounds pretty good to me. I'd also like a toolbar dropdown - I'm thinking of the way the "Sections" tool works in OmniOutliner.

And of course, scriptable, so I can go straight to any perspective from anywhere on my computer with a Quicksilver shortcut.

This app is already exceeding my unrealistically high expectations!
 
More like Workspaces in Omniweb where you have a few collections of calendars (which iCal does not do). The Workspaces panel would be a fine template but it could be populated by drag-n-drop from the main window.
 
 


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