Usability problem, End User perspective:
Having opened an PDF in evince Document Viewer (Ubuntu 20.04 LTS), how to close via UI?
- there is no close button.
- even if you go fullscreen by pressing F11, the menu at right top does not have a "close" function, nor the top menu
- ESC doesn't do the job (which would be the most expected way)
- Q doesn't work either
- nor does CTRL-Q, Shift-Q, CTRL-Shift-Q
- nor F4 or Alt-F4
That's all the key combinations people are used to for closing a window or program.
So, what can I tell the average end-user about this? Guiding them through opening a shell, identifying the process and killing it doesn't instill confidence in ease of use of Ubuntu as a desktop.