My impression is that it isn't usability, but rather documentation. While I
found the tool fairly intuitive, a number of tips in this thread I would never
have figured out save by accident. The problem with an "intuitive" tool design
is that it isn't necessarily intuitive to everyone. This is especially true
when one is attempting to learn a program while doing a project. If that
project has a deadline, it compounds the problem within the user's mind—and the
human mind is a very peculiar squirrel. As a friend of mine once remarked, a
project with a deadline is not the time to learn a new technology.
Good documentation, either as "tool tips" or in some written form, however, can
only do so much, and nothing if one does not RTFM, for whatever reason. That's
one reason lists like this are such a good resource. They are generally quicker
than searching through a massive tome for the answer.
On Jul 2, 2015, at 1:36 PM, JLuc wrote:
> Le 28/06/2015 19:35, Michael Schumacher a écrit :
>> My impression from this thread was that people do this, have a
>> selection, but the lasso was still drawing lines.
> My impression is that even if there are solutions to use the tool,
> there is a usability issue.
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