I'm getting used to Eclipse. I still think it's inefficient as Hell, but at least I've figured out where all the basic functions are hiding.
It most certainly is.
Though I'm glad they re-added the D&D-function for subfolder and collections.
It's very clunky but it's slightly more efficient than the "one step at a time"-way to move collections it had on release.
OHHH! HAHAHAHAHA! You say "D&D" and I immediately assume "Dungeons & Dragons." I was very confused there for a while. Yeah, drag-and-drop is definitely a step in the right direction. I'd like them to remove some of the layers burying the functions I need to navigate the site, but I think the idea was to "unclutter" the interface to make it more aesthetically pleasing, and you do that by hiding functions under multiple links. I just think they went too far, making the site so minimalist that nothing is intuitive. On the old site, functions ABC&D were all on the same page. Now, you have to click A to get to B to navigate to C to find D. Sure, the load page looks better with just A on it, but if D is your goal, just finding it can be a pain. Whether it's engineering or web design, a strong balance between form and function is the key to success. The old site was function over form. This site is form over function. Neither is the right approach.