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Re: ignore additional launches

On Thu, Dec 21, 2006 at 11:12:00AM -0800, Paul Johnson wrote:
> Mark Grieveson wrote:
> > One problem, though, is some people feel that to press the mouse more
> > will speed up the opening of an application (like Firefox, for
> > example.)  They'll repeatedly press the mouse, perhaps thirty times,
> > while the program is opening.  Then, they'll report to me that "the
> > computer is not working again."  I'll go and close 29 (twenty-nine) of
> > the Firefox windows, leaving one open, and let them know "it is now
> > fixed."
> You're probably not going to be able to fix this social problem through
> technological means.  Probably going to need to educate your users about
> proper use.

launch-indication (you know, where the cursor bounces or something
like that) would probably help with that though. 


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