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Author Topic: Example of a "Perpetual Style" User Interface for STO  (Read 6077 times)

Offline Bajoran Berrie

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Re: Example of a "Perpetual Style" User Interface for STO
« Reply #10 on: 05 March 2008 08:56 PM »
u certaily did your homework, good job!
Honestly, my Pagh is massive.

Offline Nova

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Re: Example of a "Perpetual Style" User Interface for STO
« Reply #11 on: 05 March 2008 09:06 PM »
I actually really enjoy this this UI its not overly intrusive and it still maintains a strong trek feel to it. I think this style of UI for Star Trek is a great direction.


Offline Crazyfist

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Re: Example of a "Perpetual Style" User Interface for STO
« Reply #12 on: 06 March 2008 05:59 PM »
All the empty buttons in trek, actually arent empty, the people who use them know what the numbers stand for.

But, in STO, perhaps instead of numbers, the buttons could say something to be easier to use?
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