On Sat, 30 Aug 2003 08:03:37 -0700
Paul Johnson <email@example.com> wrote:
> Yeah. It gets to the point where using the keyboard feels more like
> playing the piano. You're no longer typing, you're more doing pretty
> simple "chords" on it, thinking not what keys you're pressing, but
> what you want it to do. And you're going to be spending as much time
> mousing around through a GUI figuring out how it goes together as you
A well-designed gui should just be intuitive.
> would reading the quick help in a console-based program, so why not go
> for the more effective method and ditch the mouse for a minute?
> There's times when a GUI isn't necissarily the best choice.
Why not have the best of both worlds and have a nice-looking gui, but use
the keyboard to operate it? I'm sure many people do this.