Thank you, I have added more padding and whitespace, and changed the background of the breadcrumbs and the meta.
I think the key is to stop a person after 10 questions instead of 100. I would have said this after five questions max: “If setting up the website is too technical, you may be more comfortable hiring somebody to assist you. Try contacting a freelancer who can work with you over Skype and help you make customizations.”
I absolutely love this! May I use it for my clients?
DOGmotion saidIt’s RETURN not ENTER. In the context of typing, ENTER makes no sense. Macs win again!
butterflymedia saidOh, I want that feature on Windows! In After Effects you rename layers and other stuff by pressing “Enter”. And I like how it works. It’s really awesome!
...you cannot open files by pressing Enter. One of their developers must have been drunk when deciding to allow files to be renamed on pressing the Enter key rather than opening them, Hence the name, “Enter”.
It says ENTER on the key, even if its purpose is a carriage return.
I have been working on a Mac for the past year, after using Windows for 14 years. I still use it at home, and I still find it weird that you can’t use your keyboard effectively to navigate inside MacOS and you cannot open files by pressing Enter. One of their developers must have been drunk when deciding to allow files to be renamed on pressing the Enter key rather than opening them, Hence the name, “Enter”. Also, I am not able to delete files by pressing the Delete key on the keyboard, and there is no way to select multiple files and get their properties or their size. Clicking on Get info will open lots of popup windows for each individual file.
I still think that MacOS has been built for less technical people. As a Windows user, you are in no way a loser. It is my opinion that Windows users are smarter than MacOS users.
With this being said, I keep using MacOS at work, but I am more productive on Windows in an hours than on Mac in 8.
Should I say about video drivers? About the Search function? About the missing ALT+TAB? About not being able to quit Finder? About the Finder layout which is really weird, unintuitive and hard to use? About the preview pane? About defective font rendering (smoothing) as opposed to Windows? About switching between multiple windows of the same app? About installing the same app multiple times because MacOS cannot detect the current instance? About the hash key positioning? About the CMD/CTRL confusion?
There’s more which I run into every day, but I think I said enough.
I have changed the container width to 100%. What do you think now?