View Poll Results: Do you think this is an improvement over the current UI?

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  • This is better than the current UI

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  • I like it better the way it is now

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  • It doesn't matter, it looks the same to me

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    This is a mockup showing a few of the ideas we're working on for Designer 2. We're thinking about moving the Project Inspector to the left of the UI and move the Toolbox to the right.

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    Keeping in mind that this is a work in progress and that some of the stuff you see might change, what do you think?
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    I would prefer a customizable UI For example I would align all three containers next to each other and not above each other (like the properties and project container do right now).

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    I'm glad to see that even these little details are being looked at, as usual the Sencha team is hard at work to make our lives easier and it is greatly appreciated.

    I like the project inspector to the left, it feels more consistent with the way that more default IDEs present project navigator.

    The config inspector options on the bottom-right are directly related to what is selected in the project inspector though, so I think having those separated requires a little extra mental effort, or at least a little more effort for our poor tired eyes.

    All that being said, dockable/floatable/(auto-)collapsible panels would be really nice for the layout of the panels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kveeiv View Post
    All that being said, dockable/floatable/(auto-)collapsible panels would be really nice for the layout of the panels.
    I agree, that's the endgame. The implementation of a robust dockable/floatable panels UI is in our roadmap, but it's not going to be included in our release because we have too many other details to take care of at the moment.

    What we're trying to achieve is a set of sensible defaults to get by until we get to the real endgame (as you rightly say).
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    As someone already said, it is more "standard" as other IDEs does (eclipse, netbeans, Delphi).

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    Coming from a M$ Visual Studio 2010 background, inspectors (property editors) are on the right and the toolbox is on the left. You can't please everyone until you implement those dock-able panels. I vote to keep them where they are in the public beta as you've introduced many hundreds/thousands of devs to that way of working with the tool. Again, low priority stuff.

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    I second the vote of leaving them as they are now.
    That is what most Designer people are used to.
    Though I do like the idea of all the panels being dockable on one side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artistan View Post
    I second the vote of leaving them as they are now.
    That is what most Designer people are used to.
    With Designer 2 we are targeting a much wider audience, and we plan to on-board a significant number of new users. All decisions on usability will be taken considering the needs of both sides, and the future of the tool. Thank you for weighing in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kveeiv View Post
    I like the project inspector to the left, it feels more consistent with the way that more default IDEs present project navigator.
    +1 Project Inspector to the Left!!

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    Any chance we will be able to import or change colors for the text editor? I miss the dark background!

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