On 09/02/2012 19:31, Robert Derman wrote:
lol, I'm sure of that too :-) It's nice to know that there is airplanes
are coming to rescue us ;-)
I suspect that a lot of that is because airplanes have largely
replaced ships functionally. If you are crossing the Atlantic today,
you will do in on an airplane, not an ocean liner. Although airplanes
bank left, not hard to port. Also remember you board a train as well,
as an airplane.
On 08/02/12 10:54, Pedro wrote:
I just read the UX thread/sequence of emails where it was decided
universal Save icon (in any program, any OS) represented by a floppy
would be replaced by another icon.
I'm shocked that a Discuss topic where 54 messages from many people
of them opposing and presenting valid arguments against) was totally
dismissed because someone decided that it was time to change and the
argument was that "it was outdated".
This is not about the floppy icon itself or a criticism to who
change it. It is about the process. If this is meritocracy then it
little democracy would go a long way to build a community.
behave like this.
I totally agree with you :-))
about the outdating, should airplanes change all they reference to
navy language?? why you go on board of plane? is there any board in
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