#25653 - 11/12/0202:09 PMInterface Hall Of Shame - Apple's Entry
Don't know if this is old but thought I'd share. The "drawer" feature within Applemail drives me nuts. <br><br>-----snip-----<br><br>The drawer demonstrates one distinct problem of translating real-world phenomena to the computer desktop: real-world phenomena are not subject to the constraints of screen size. The extent to which the drawer can "open", and therefore the number of items visible in the drawer, is a function of where the player is located in relation to the bottom of the screen. <br><br>----snip-----<br><br><br>A valid article:<br><br>http://www.iarchitect.com/qtimeno.htm<br><br><br>----<br>S3V3N<br>Washington, DC USA
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