Bart Vullings (OpsVentus)
ubuntu at opsventus.com
Sun Jan 15 14:30:35 GMT 2006
I must say I was supprised by the amount of menu items when updating to
Breezy. But it looks nice.
The biggest problem, I think, is that there's no help to tell people
what to find where in the menu's.
I like the new help, but it crashed 3 times when I was just looking
around a bit. And what did I find: terminal command's! That's not what
should be in an help! users who seek help should be told how to use the
GUI. If they can only get help for the terminal THAT WILL frighten them
Plus, don't change the menu to much. This forces users learning the menu
over and over, another thing that frighten them away.
So I say:keep the menu the way it is, but start on a disent
help/documentation where to find what.
With kind regards,
> though, obviously, we don't have exploding file icons with sound effects
> sampled from real life explosives because that *would* frighten users.
This could be a nice idea to get users attention to important updates or
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