Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of Obsolete/WorkInProgress/3rdparty guidelines


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Timestamp:
Jun 4, 2011, 5:54:01 PM (8 years ago)
Author:
humdinger
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added examples for HIG compliance

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  • Obsolete/WorkInProgress/3rdparty guidelines

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    99 * The app must not write anything to the hard disk except in its own directory (/boot/app/appName, or whatever the user installed it), the configuration directories (home/config/settings, common/), unless the user explicitly asks for it (a save dialog is a good example). <-- This makes little sense, as an application usually won't have the rights to write anything into its own directory. It may write to the user's cache, data, or settings directory, though, and that's pretty much it (axeld).
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    11  * HIG compliance : it's better if your application fits in the look&feel of the whole system.
     11 * HIG compliance (e.g. sentence casing, colour scheme, vector icons): it's better if your application fits in the look&feel of the whole system.
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    1313= Similar documents elsewhere =