Michael Stone writes:
Good suggestion for discoverability, inadequate suggestion for
fast access to the actually rather important information hidden
on the secondary palettes (e.g. disk space availability, battery
That trumps all.
There are two kinds of delay. Type 1 is stuff
There are two kinds of delay. Type 1 is stuff like drop-down menus
that remain even if the mouse briefly goes out of bounds. This kind
of delay normally doesn't waste a nanosecond of the user's time.
Type 2 is stuff like start-up animations, sliding menus, and these
delayed menus. Type 2 is
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