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Figure 1-1. IRIX Interactive Desktop
Figure 1-2. Icon States: User Actions and Effects
Figure 2-1. Web Tools Icons
Figure 2-2. File Icons
Figure 2-3. Application and File Icon Components
Figure 2-4. IconSmith Examples
Figure 2-5. IconSmith Color Palette
Figure 2-6. Icon States and Effects on Color
Figure 2-7. Potential Icon Background Areas and Colors
Figure 2-8. Application Icon in Running and Not Running States
Figure 2-9. Examples of Application Icons That Could be Improved
Figure 2-10. Examples of Standard File Icons
Figure 2-11. Examples of File Icons for Application-Specific File Formats
Figure 2-12. Launch Dialog Box
Figure 2-13. Icon Catalog
Figure 2-14. The Find an Icon Tool
Figure 3-1. Examples of Graphic Modifications in the IRIX Interactive Desktop Look
Figure 3-2. Scheme Setting Control Panel
Figure 3-3. Features of a Typical Main Primary Window
Figure 3-4. Title Bar Label Appearing in Desks Overview
Figure 3-5. Labels for Main Window Title Bars
Figure 3-6. Default Maximum and Minimum Window Size Examples
Figure 3-7. Setting Auto Window Placement
Figure 3-8. Single-Action Pointer Grab Example: Capture by Sweeping
Figure 3-9. Multiple-Action Pointer Grab Example
Figure 3-10. Minimized Window Example: Good User Association With Application
Figure 3-11. Minimized Window Examples
Figure 3-12. Minimized Window Example: Incorrect Design
Figure 3-13. Minimized Window Example: Design That's Too Literal
Figure 3-14. Minimized Window Example: Indicating Status With the Label
Figure 3-15. Desks Overview Window
Figure 3-16. Setting Session Management
Figure 3-17. Setting Auto Window Placement
Figure 4-1. The IRIX Interactive Desktop Software Manager
Figure 4-2. Typical Help Menu and Related Windows
Figure 4-3. Context-Sensitive Help Example
Figure 4-4. Typical Help Menu
Figure 4-5. Help Button Example
Figure 4-6. Task-Oriented Help Example
Figure 4-7. Language Control Panel
Figure 4-8. Mouse Settings Control Panel
Figure 4-9. Desktop Settings Control Panel
Figure 4-10. Selecting Preferred Editor in MediaMail
Figure 5-1. Clipboard Transfer Example
Figure 5-2. Primary Selection Example
Figure 5-3. Primary Transfer Example: Before Transfer
Figure 5-4. Primary Transfer Example: After Transfer
Figure 6-1. Allowable Parent-Child Window Relationships
Figure 6-2. ”Single Document, One Primary” Application Model
Figure 6-3. ”Single Document, Multiple Primaries” Application Model
Figure 6-4. ”Multiple Document, Visible Main” Application Model
Figure 6-5. ”Multiple Document, No Visible Main” Application Model
Figure 6-6. Basic Primary Window
Figure 6-7. Primary Windows With Tool Palettes
Figure 6-8. Primary Window With Two Panes
Figure 6-9. The IRIS Showcase Align Gizmo
Figure 6-10. The IRIX Interactive Desktop Color Chooser
Figure 7-1. Location Cursor Example
Figure 7-2. Components and Fields
Figure 7-3. File Finder Component
Figure 8-1. Menu Bar
Figure 8-2. Pull-Down Menu
Figure 8-3. Cascading Menu
Figure 8-4. Popup Menu
Figure 8-5. Option Menu Button
Figure 8-6. An Open Option Menu
Figure 8-7. Elements of a Pull-Down Menu
Figure 8-8. Standard Menus for Menu Bars
Figure 8-9. The Standard File Menu
Figure 8-10. The Standard Edit Menu
Figure 8-11. Radio buttons
Figure 8-12. Checkboxes
Figure 8-13. Popup Menu
Figure 9-1. Pushbuttons
Figure 9-2. Option Button and Option Menu
Figure 9-3. Checkboxes
Figure 9-4. Radio Buttons
Figure 9-5. LED Button
Figure 9-6. List
Figure 9-7. Scrollbar
Figure 9-8. IRIX Interactive Desktop Scale
Figure 9-9. The File Finder
Figure 9-10. Thumbwheel
Figure 9-11. Dials
Figure 10-1. Sample Prompt, Error, Warning, Working, Question and Information Dialogs
Figure 10-2. The IRIX Interactive Desktop File Selection Dialog
Figure 10-3. Warning Dialog Layout
Figure 10-4. Warning Dialog With Save, Discard, and Cancel Buttons
Figure 10-5. Error Dialog With Specific Entity
Figure 10-6. Working Dialog with IRIX Interactive Desktop Scale
Figure 10-7. Warning Dialog for Overwriting a File
Figure 10-8. Warning Dialog for Reverting to Previous Version
Figure 10-9. Product Information Dialog
Figure 13-1. The Camera Analogy in 3D Viewing
Figure 13-2. Schematic Illustration of Tumbling (Implementation Perspective)
Figure 13-3. Schematic Illustration of Dollying (Implementation Perspective)
Figure 13-4. Schematic Illustration of Zooming (Implementation Perspective)
Figure 13-5. Schematic Illustration of Panning (User Drags Right)
Figure 13-6. Simple Example of Seeking to Door
Figure 13-7. Schematic illustration of Roaming (Implementation Perspective)
Figure 13-8. Schematic Illustration of Tilting (Implementation Perspective).
Figure 13-9. Schematic Illustration of Sidling (User Drags Left)
Figure 13-10. Application With Viewing Controls
Figure 14-1. Two Objects with Bounding Box Feedback
Figure 14-2. Object With Manipulator
Figure 14-3. Selection Feedback: Lead Object Has Manipulator.
Figure 14-4. Grouped Collection of Objects With Manipulator.
Figure 14-5. Ungrouped Collection of Objects (Knight Is Lead Object)
Figure 15-1. Object With Translation Manipulator (Bounding Box)
Figure 15-2. Simple Planar Translation Sequence
Figure 15-3. Constrained Translation Along One Axis of the Selected Plane
Figure 15-4. Constrained Translation Along the Normal to the Selected Plane
Figure 15-5. Object With Rotation Manipulator (Rotation Handles)
Figure 15-6. Constrained Rotation Sequence
Figure 15-7. Free Rotation Sequence
Figure 15-8. Object With Scaling Manipulator (Scaling Handles)
Figure 15-9. Uniform Scaling Sequence
Figure 15-10. Axial Scaling Sequence
Figure 15-11. Uniform Scaling Around a Corner
Figure 15-12. Axial Scaling Around a Side
Figure 15-13. Changing the Center of Rotation and Scaling
Figure 15-14. Changing the Center of Rotation and Scaling Along An Axis