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I have seen that in many Ubuntu Touch projects that the way to do "options" (or "settings") and "about" is done with a Tab. Is that good for the design guideline of Ubuntu Touch? Is there a standard? I really think every projects should follow a line (like GNOME does) so the users don't get lost between some app with a toolBar action for settings and others with a Tab and others called "options"...

Also what about the guideline for the "About" information, should we put it into a Tab? And how? Is there a standard like there is for GNOME?

Also where should be a "new game" button of a game app, in a toolbar or in the Tab?

This things should be nice to fix so that app can be easy to understand for all users.

Standards are better than an app mess...

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If there is no way to do it I can make a bug report. But where? for what paquage? –  londumas Jul 5 '13 at 15:13
    
I'd try filing it in either bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-ui-toolkit or bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-ux –  iBelieve Jul 17 '13 at 1:33
    
Thanks, I have done it already here (ubuntu-ui-toolokit) –  londumas Jul 17 '13 at 5:40