Just a couple of random thoughts:
1. Whenever I use a right-button menu, I lose the place where the mouse
pointer was, because I have to move the pointer to select entries. This is
particularly annoying in art and cad packages.
In this day and age, with super-fast gfx hardware, why not make the
mousepointer stay still, and make the pop-up menu scroll underneath it?
IMHO, it'd be a major gain in useability for applications that require
2. Is there any threaded mail/news readers that allow a "nested" display
mode like slashdot/kuro5hin - current one's I've seen are, at best, like
"threaded" mode. I find, in following a large discussion, the "nested" mode
easiest to follow, since the whole thing's visible on one big "sheet". Again,
with today's beefy hardware, why not? (O.K. for many news groups, it'd
probably overload the news server, since there's so many messages and so much
irrelevance, but for mailing lists and smaller newsgroups it would be nice...)
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