On 2/23/11, Philipp Überbacher wrote:
> Again I disagree, in my opinion web UIs have exactly one benefit and
So problem number one is that you have old-fashioned view on system
> Besides that the interface is slow and buggy, despite running on the
So problem number two is that because CUPS's UI is bad, you
extrapolate that on other web UIs. Very interesting.
> The other example is google docs/spreadsheet which I have to use
So problem number three is conspiracy theories.
> the way of the user interface. You want keyboard shortcuts to make your
So problem number four is that you have no idea whatsoever about
possibility to use hotkeys in a web app. Just FYI Gmail has lots of
shortcuts for both replying, forwarding and navigation between mails.
I use it all the time. Why you have no idea it is possible with AJAX
-- I really couldn't say. But you said something about
> Accessibility? Forget it, text browser don't do JS.
So the problem number five is being one of few hundred people around
the globe who still use text browsers in the world of Firefox, Chrome,
Opera, Safari and IE.
Ever heard of http://www.w3.org/WAI/ btw?
In other words, most of your points are made on the basis of you not
being up to day with modern technologies.
> Sorry, I could rant on forever.
Pray continue. I love reading stuff like that.
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