This is a catch-all issue where we can inventory all the minor "paper cuts" present in the UI and track their resolution. No issue is too small. The idea here is that even small annoyances in an interface can add up to an experience that is unpleasant or confusing.
The term "paper cuts" in this context was invented by the team that develops Ubuntu Linux:
For our purposes let's report anything here as a paper cut that seems small but annoying in the interface for the workbench.
DONE On SIP export, please prompt the user for the save location.
Refactored SIP export into an Export wizard. It is now listed in the menu as before and under the "Export.." menu option.
DONE add CDR production grid to default staging locations
DONE redesign the dialog for selecting an original folder:
This was done as part of #29.
DONE In the crosswalk editor there is a dialog that asks the user to select a context-based XML element or attribute.
Set a default date pattern or list of patterns on the Date Maker widget in the crosswalk editor.
In the Date Maker's format property editor, add a list of common date format codes to that panel.
DONE Reorder pop-up menus choices to reflect work flow. Hide menu items that aren't relevant for the current selection in the tree.
DONE Remove extra irrelevant Eclipse menus, "Team", "Compare with.." and "Restore from history.."
In the "Link Originals" wizard, pre-check/select the top element in the tree every time the path above is changed.