Re: Upgrading to an IntelMac- a surprise.
- From: real-address-in-sig@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Rowland McDonnell)
- Date: Sat, 14 Aug 2010 23:22:27 +0100
Woody <usenet@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Jaimie Vandenbergh <jaimie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
usenet@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Woody) wrote:
I would call it broken by design. Or at least a design that is clearly
not going to work for many people.
A design where you have to learn a special technique to avoid doing
something that you can do on every other mouse is not a great design.
Prior to the Mighty Mouse, no Apple mouse accepted a right click at all.
You have to learn a special technique to use a two-button mouse if
you're used to a traditional Mac mouse, no matter *how* the thing works.
So you're wrong in your suggestion that it's `something you can do on
every other mouse'.
Disagree - for many people it's not a special technique, just business
as usual. I present me, my ladyfriend, my mum, and my brother in law
I am afraid that even with the 4 of you, I can't accept that as evidence
of many people.
But do you have evidence to indicate that *your* line is any more
btw, I adapted to the Mighty Mouse PDQ. And if I did, anyone can, if
they've got normal control of their hands.
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