Maybe it is just me... But looking at the flattened UI, it reminds me of Windows 3.1... We are going full circle, aren't we?
13 in Chinese is read as "ten three". and for that matter, 23 is read as "two ten three"...and so on... but i really doubt this has an effect on learning calculus or even maths in general...
Someone or some company should probably make a phone that is circular in shape like a disc, and all the GUI so far (that runs on a squarish screen) will probably no longer apply.... or will it still?
Pascal? I certainly think that is a good programming language for learning purposes... at least back in the days when Java wasn't born yet... It's readable, non-cryptic...
I can still (vaguely) remember the keystrokes for search, indent, blocking (selecting), copying, pasting, etc... for WP5.1 on DOS.. That was the best word processor I have ever used... I have a difficult time doing indents in Word even today.... Sadly, WP's user base for it has shrunk since Windows took over DOS.... I missed the Reveal Codes badly.. That's the feature that no other word processing software is able to replicate...
I would say if it can "package some features" together into new options, it would be better. Eg, "top/bottom/left/right margins" into "narrow", "wide", "book"..., and double-clicking the top/bottom margin areas open up the header and footer edit.
ps: i love reveal codes too... but sadly, wordperfect is no longer popular nowadays...
Can't agree more.. Real CS jobs only exists in academia, defense science, R&D institutions that can afford PhDs... Anywhere else, it's called IT..
Before Netscape, buttons were small.
Netscape make it big, with icons and text in one button.
Then IE followed the same, and few iterations later, text goes to the side, and few iterations later, text gone again.
So, will IE get the ribbon? If MS is so adamant about ribbonizing, I expect IE to do the same.
probably not as much as you. Ribbon is good for newbies who has never used any office suites... For users used to the old way of doing things, as the saying goes, old habits die hard.. I am still figuring out where to find the function I need every time I need it... It doesn't come automatic to me.
People are just used to use the mouse to do all things... Only people like me (yeah, i am not young anymore) who have used Wordstar, WordPerfect, and all those programs in the old DOS days are more likely to still continue to use keystrokes combinations to do things...
and I seriously hate the Ribbon menu.. I believe the Button menu can do whatever the Ribbon does... don't understand why MS wants to change it...
you are on windows? why not just use IE ?
windows phone is a silly name... i rather they call windows mobile
can i adjust the max width of my bookmark menu when i pull them out? can i fix the status bar permanently at the bottom?
why not spend time and money to do Ep 7,8,9? I know I know, it is supposed to only contain 6 episodes.. or was it?
I don't really like the FF4's GUI... maybe it's just me... I prefer FF3's or even Chrome's.