Displays: structure is too complicated, lacks clear hierarchy
The display settings are difficult to read and interpret. The main reason for this is that there's a lack of clear hierarchy:
The problem with this is that there are three levels of control: the mode, the arrangement, and then the toggle which controls what's displayed below. It's too complicated and isn't clear how it works at a glance.
My suggestion for how to resolve this is to:
- Move the arrangement widget to the top, and always show it.
- Group the global options into a single section: a row for join/mirror, and a row for selecting the primary display.
- Show the settings for each display in a section with a heading.
This would make it look like this:
There are mockups which describe these changes in more detail. I think this approach is clearer and simpler.