every professional tool out there was created with two user groups in mind:
- heavy mouse users
- heavy keyboard users
vvvv doesn’t care about different user preferences. it wants you to use and learn very strange shortcuts. period. and for some other random tasks you need the (3 button) mouse, that can’t be done via keyboard shorcuts.
please add some of the standard GUI / interaction ideas that have been invented in the last 30 years to make working with windows easier and more efficient.
add a close button to a patch window (it should not close the patch, it should hide its window; you almost never want a patch to really close)
add scroll bars. you don’t need to show them all the time, look how it’s done in os x 10.7 lion. perfect solution.
i’d love to have a quick way to access the parent patch; or the parent’s parent (Windows Explorer has a very good solution for that).
add some switch toggles to the patch navigtor to quickly enable / disable view option. there is no reason to do this via tags you have to manually enter. especially in a graphical programming environment.
there are many more things that are out of my mind at the moment. i’ll at them later. basically i think vvvv should be way more accesible. it’s the very opposite of that right now.