Well and good assuming one can see the damned miniature
Mon Jan 14, 2019 7:59am

symbols AND recall what each represents. For instance, my CD player: it’s black in “color.” The symbols require lots of light and a magnifying glass. And the next time I use it I have to recall what the hell does that symbol mean for operation of the equipment. What ever happened to ON, OFF, PLAY, STOP, EJECT?? Frankly this new global language (symbols) is pure BS. It’s a language created from hell by Lucifer.

  • Symbols Are Much More EfficientMerlin, Mon Jan 14 6:57am
    in terms of being universally readable, able to convey more in formation using less geography on the screen, etc. Back in the day everything was spelled out in great detail in multi-volume manuals.... more
    • Nothing held Chinese culture and technology back more than the excessively complex symbology with its tens of thousands of characters. Education consisted (and still consists) largely of learning the ... more
      • Everywhere. Try figuring out Bart in SF. Or the increasing use on the Muno Metro. How about road signs? It’s becoming ubiquitous. It’s becone an alien “language”. User unfriendly. And I have an IQ of ... more
    • Well and good assuming one can see the damned miniature — G🤮G, Mon Jan 14 7:59am
    • I Have Discovered...Amadeus, Mon Jan 14 7:28am
      ...that many applications and games also assume a customer base that has experience with the previous version of the product. So, incremental changes often do not reference previously explained... more
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