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Jon Canning

Briliant, I was weak with frustration last night at not being able to detach a document view

Duckie

It would be more helpful if it was possible to open new browser tabs, when middle-clicking buttons/links, as in normal pages. I guess the server would be less happy about it tho.

Ayende Rahien

Duckie, We already have that, use Ctrl+Click.

Owen

I really don't understand why the documents are listed in a grid view like that, it is such a waste of screen real-estate and shows little information. It would be so much better to have them in a detail list view (a la windows explorer) showing document id, size, last modified date, etc.

I find the concept of collections/documents very analogous to folders/files anyway. Considering you have just added a tree-like view on the left pane, it looks like you are about to implement a file explorer ;)

Ayende Rahien

Owen, The documents are listed in this fashion because this is one option. We also have a grid view available, but I wanted to show the color coordination more likely. And this isn't a tree view, it is just one level, and it isn't really nested

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