maurizio.butti at gmail.com
Fri Jun 17 02:12:10 EDT 2016
They're both reasonable choices. In any case abbreviations are not really
useful for constructs that are not used often enough. But having them in
the definitions file won't do any harm.
On Thu, Jun 16, 2016 at 8:41 PM, jpmendes [via OpenSCAD] <
ml-node+s1091067n17720h95 at n5.nabble.com> wrote:
> I think "z" for scale is better because z suggests zoom (up, down) and
> scale can be seen as a "kind of zoom". The "+" has a variable position on
> international keyboards and sometimes we need to press "shift" to get the
> "+". Scale less than 1 suggests "-".
> The "k" for minkowski is because k is repeated, so it is easy to remember.
> As you said, being configurable, any one can choose the letters they feel
> more comfortable with.
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