-- Daniel Amyot - 30 Jan 2005

This is too general to actually have an idea of what you exactly want. hide all views or completely hide every window except the editor? if only the editor remains, the navigation must be integrated with the editor...

-- Jason Kealey - 03 Feb 2005

If you double click on the top of an editor tab, all view are hidden and only the editor remain visible... But the menus at the top are still visible.

-- Etienne Tremblay - 04 Feb 2005

Ideally, this would be like a Power Point? presentation where the navigation could be done with the mouse or keyboard. As for the edition, having transofmration-based pop-up menus instead of relying solely on drag-and-drop tools could help.

-- Daniel Amyot - 13 Feb 2005

RE: Etienne Tremblay >> If you double click on the top of an editor tab, all view are hidden and only the editor remain visible... But the menus at the top are still visible.

That's the right way to do it. True full-screen (by hiding common Eclipse Workspace elements) really breaks workbench interaction standards. I, for one, don't want to allow this. (why is it approved??)

-- Jean Philippe Daigle? - 13 Feb 2005

Ok.

-- Daniel Amyot - 15 Feb 2005

Form For Req edit

Req Name Req View Full Screen
Description jUCMNav SHOULD allow the user to navigate a UCM model in full screen mode (can be within a window with menu).
Type GUI
Importance Optional
Priority Low
Status Completed
Author Daniel Amyot
Dependencies
Verification Approach Manual
Test Cases
Topic revision: r9 - 14 Jul 2005 - 13:29:29 - Jason Kealey
 
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