- 1 Summary
- 2 Discussion
- 3 Personas
- 4 Tentative Design
- 5 Proposals
- 6 Open Problems
- 7 Open Topics
- 8 Relevant Art
Design an ODF viewer for Android tablets.
|Call for Proposals||Analyzing Proposals||Shaping Tentative Design||Implementation in Progress||Implemented|
|In Scope||Out of Scope|
- Ellen: Single mother, happy user of an Android tablet. She needs to be able to open the ODF documents her company sends her by e-mail on her tablet.
- Fred: Actor. Uses his Android tablet to look through his scripts. He needs to be able to quickly find and navigate between his lines.
By default, files would be shown under lights-out mode. The action bar would be shown by tapping the screen.
To move between pages in Writer, the user would simply scroll vertically. To move between slides in Impress or sheets in Calc, the user would scroll horizontally. Alternatively, the user could use the Navigator for navigation.
The Navigator would be shown by dragging from the right edge of the screen inward or by tapping "View Navigator" in the action overflow. The spinner at the top would allow the user to use the pane to view only certain object types (images, tables, charts, etc.). When searching, the navigator would only show objects pertinent to the search.
Sheets would be shown as finite, showing all the columns from the first to the one containing the rightmost filled cell and all rows from the first to the one containing the bottommost filled cell.
Proposal by android272
The only thing you can do in the File Viewer is look at the document and copy things out of it.
Has a play button which allows the user to watch the Presentation.
Proposal by Mirek2
The Navigator would be shown by dragging from the right edge of the screen or under the Overflow menu. The drop-down menu at the bottom would allow the user to use the pane to view only certain object types (images, tables, charts, etc.). When searching, the navigator would only show objects pertinent to the search.
|Standard mode||Lights-out mode|
|As overlay||As an opaque bar|
|Showing only the rectangular area from A1 to the last bottom right cell with content||Showing the maximum amount of cells|
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