On 19 April 2011 15:13, Jan Claeys <li...@janc.be> wrote:
> Matthew Paul Thomas schreef op di 19-04-2011 om 15:55 [+0100]:
>> *   The object of the study was, obviously, not to measure crashes.
>>     Crashes are usually quick to find and fix, so any user test of those
>>     would be weeks out of date when published. I mentioned them only as
>>     a reminder that to users, bugs are indistinguishable from design
>>     flaws, and vice versa. (For example, one test participant pressed
>>     Ctrl Alt F1 apparently by accident, and ended up at a console. This
>>     wasn't a crash, but it had exactly the same effect as one.)
>
> Maybe we need to add a line of text above the login prompt somehow, that
> tells the user what key to press to get back to their GUI?  (This might
> be difficult to do correctly with multiple logins etc. though?)

We could do like Fedora and have X on virtual terminal 1. Why do we
need 6 virtual terminals anyway?

Jeremy

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