On Wednesday 13 October 2010 22:21:04 you wrote:
That is not very fair to the usability experts working in universities, doi=
usability-studies on free software and for free software. Yes, they try to=
sell something. Free software for example...
> I've *never* seen any serious 'pro' audio application conforming
Ok, so my suggestion of using CTRL+Q for 'quit' is bad. Probably my suggest=
for using 'whatever the user wants as shortcut for quit' is also bad.
And using the colors the user wants (or needs!) instead of inforcing ones o=
ideas is also bad.
> As an example, the typical GUI toolkit slider is a *joke* for pro
I agree on the typical slider. The typical rotary knobs are bad too.
But that doesn't really mean that every app should use its own invention wi=
own graphics and own use-method, does it?
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