Wojciech Puchar writes:
> as you can do everything easily in text mode, it just points out that GUI
> installer is nonsense.
The real problem happens when the GUI is considered to
be all anybody needs.
A certain wide-spread OS has gone that way and many
times, one discovers that this or that application has no
keyboard substitute for a given mouse action. One can be running
one of the several rather expensive commercial solutions that
allow those who are blind to use the OS, but in the case of
applications, each one is its own world. If the developer failed
to build in a keyboard equivalent for a given mouse action, it
is game over. There is no Plan B.
Three guesses as to the name of that OS and the first 2
Martin McCormick WB5AGZ Stillwater, OK
OSU Information Technology Department Telecommunications Services Group
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