Sanding our assholes with 150 grit.

Sorry. I need my click.

http://www.dontclick.it/

cool concept. But. No.
Permalink Send private email sharkfish 
September 27th, 2006 2:15pm
Re-run. The takeaway from that discussion was, "no good". Can't copy-paste.
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September 27th, 2006 2:22pm
Nope, they're combining 'locating the mouse pointer on something of interest' and 'opening something of interest'.  That 'click' is necessary to indicate to the system that you really are 'ready' to go on to the next piece.

Trying to get the system to 'mind read' is fraught with peril.
Permalink SaveTheHubble 
September 27th, 2006 3:07pm
yup. it makes you feel like you lost control ... things just opening all over the place.
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September 27th, 2006 3:22pm
Not only that, but clicking a mouse button is the only exercise I get during the day.
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September 27th, 2006 4:24pm
I remember that site. What I didn't like about it was the smoothness of everything. I prefer sharper/more immediate feedback. I choose to do something, I do it, the site responds, rather than I choose to do something, begin to move towards it, the site begins to respond, I rest where I want, and the site continues to flow around me.

I had a program that "clicked" your mouse every time you rested it. Acting on the theory that we only move the mouse when we want to click something, it was supposed to help avoid repetitive stress injuries. I used it almost a month & never quite got used to it.
Permalink ~~~x 
September 27th, 2006 4:57pm
How much more work that must be to program, vs. just the simple click.
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September 28th, 2006 12:47am

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