Hi, thanks for the suggestions, Sandman, answering to your questions:
The top menu is graphical, which is easy and all, but personally I prefer a default topmenu (perhaps these graphical buttons can be below it, like most GUI's?)
Well, here I have a different opinion, as for me one of the things important was to keep as maximum space as possible for the viewer, and since the application had very few options I considered that a menu could be omissible. But it could be possible that the final version have too many options to have only a toolbar, then the menu might be necessary. I know I could also reduce the size of the icons, but I actually liked them to be big. I will keep it in mind, in any case, to try how it results for future versions.
In the Add Graphic window, there's this Magic Wand kind of button, to the right of the Description field: what does it do?
The icon of the magic wand is not a very wise choice, so it must be changed, but the button just fills the description field with the description of the MAP which is to be replaced.
The Add Graphic banner is huge.
Right, hehe. It was intended to make the program look a litle bit different and friendly, but it's something subjected to future changes, as I'm still thinking of how should it look like.
For some reason I tried to use the scrollwheel to alter the Code field, but I don't know if that's just me.
That's actually a pretty interesting idea! It matches to the goal of making it as user-friendly as possible, so I will definitely take it into account. Not probably for the next version since VB6 sucks when dealing with "new" things such us mouses' wheels, but I'm sure I'll find some way to overcome it.
In that version, there were two separate Open PNG and Open MAP dialogs, but can they not be merged into one?
Yeah, is to be done. Actually my idea is to have, instead of a simple "drop-down button menu", a button + dropdown. When pressing the button, a "general" open graphic dialog will appear, which will base the loading mechanism on the extension of the file. The dropdown button will show the list that currently appears. This allows the user to force to open a file as a MAP or as a PNG no matter of the extension of the file.
Thanks again for the comments,