Rhakios wrote:I will reserve judgement until I can see whether or not its ability to anticipate my intent is anything like that of predictive text, and if it is, I won't touch it with a bargepole.
wyliecoyoteuk wrote:We have a software industry that can't even agree on the usage of "preferences", "settings", " options", "customisation" and "configuration" or where to put them, even in applications from the same company.
Oh well! wrote:Microsoft's ribbon makes far more sense.
"...and easier to use than hotkeys since you just have to know what you want, not remember a specific key combination."
"Hotkeys are a sort of mental gymnastics, the HUD is a continuation of mental flow."
The biggest problem with all of these menu GUI replacements is that they lack "discoverability". i.e. they are not browseable.
Ubit Menu will give you your sanity back
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