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Re: JobSoc (was : [ProgSoc] Channel 9 Contract Work)
alister air wrote:
> On Fri, 12 Feb 1999, gleNN wrote:
> > Example? What exactly does it hide from you?
> >From what I was told (and saw) commonly-used applications will be grouped
Yeah .. whats stopping you from moving it? Keep in mind that the startmenu is
only a reflection of the underlying directory structure - you can
fiddle with it.
> When I used it, there was a pair of arros pointing down at the
> bottom of the group, meaning if you hold your mouse over these arrows, or
> click, the rest of yuor apps appear.
Hmm .. doesnt actually do that on mine .. I just get a second column ..
> Perhaps it's a minor thing, but a UI should aim to minimise the number of
> mouse clicks or movements. The other thing is that Microsoft often put
> these things in without giving you a method to turn them off.
Sorry .. I need examples. I was like you a long time ago, I gotkicked off the
debating team in year 9 because I made too many
> In my opinion, the ideal UI is customisable. The MS UI is customisable
> only insofar as it allows one to change the screen colours and text sizes.
> And I can move the Taskbar to the top or the sides of my screen!
Cheers =))) =)
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