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I agree, I was only pointing out how Alt+F4 is easy to find in the dark.
Some interfaces are going to be more efficient than others depending on where your hands are at the moment. For most desktop usage a touchscreen is going to be the furthest thing from your working area. Even more so for a media center PC, unless the remote is the touchscreen.
Personally I never understood the reasoning for hiding the keyboard shortcuts entirely. I think it started with XP? I know it looks a little cleaner, but how are you supposed to know what keyboard shortcuts do when the visual hints have been totally disabled? I know they can be turned back on, but what's the chance of the average user even finding the option?
Totally intuitive... unfortunately, ALT + F4 is one of those "look in order to find it" sequences, that are much harder to find than other shortcuts in the dark.
I disagree, Alt is right next to the spacebar and F4 has a physical break between it and F5 on most desktop keyboards.
Both keys are pretty easy to find by touch in the dark, although it does require you to know the basic layout.
I played a bit with the beta, but I just can't get used to Metro. Maybe it's because my monitors aren't touch sensitive. Seems like it would be a decent tablet UI, but on the desktop it's just too cumbersome. Hopefully they'll let people turn it off in SP1, otherwise I'll probably be on 7 until 9 comes out.
NZ purposly made legal mistakes and are now intentionally hindering the US!
Wouldn't that also imply that they purposely killed megaupload? What would they gain from that?
I really wish the government was able to kick out incompetence before things got to the 'scandal' level. It always seems like they're reacting to the latest disaster instead of preventing it from happening.
... for very short values of record.
Although, looking at that chart it would appear that the mean has never moved much beyond 0.5 over baseline. It would appear that the latest graph shows 0.6 over baseline and is continuing to trend upwards.
My PS3 hasn't even been physically connected to the internet since the incident. Screw their Trophies, I can get most PSN games on the 360 or PC anyway.
I also haven't bought anything from Ubisoft since the incident with Silent Hunter. I can wait with the hopes they'll eventually come around and patch all this crap out. I have to confess though: I did buy Assassins Creed 2 for the 360. I did, however, go out of my way to grab a used copy.