That or if you stick with the drop down you populate it with the 10 most used and have a seperator and then more.... at the bottom that popus up a full list.
Make the 10 act like the recent files and you end up with a drop down that probably has the ones you want most of the time, but easy access to the rest.

2008/7/31 bulia byak <buliabyak@...400...>
On Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 5:12 AM,  <J.B.C.Engelen@...1578...> wrote:
> I don't think it is possible to add submenu's to a combobox which we
> use now. Note that now, you have to select an effect, and then
> press "add". What I was proposing is an "Add..." button that spawns
> a menu like the ">>" button on the toolbar does (when not all icons
> fit on it) and adding the effect when clicking on it. So instead of
> first selecting, then adding; do them at once.

Sounds good - but then, I think the button should not just show a +
sign, but say "Add effect", ideally with a triangle mark that
indicates that this button can be "expanded".

bulia byak
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