Re: galf once more: application launch feedback

The "hourglass" is most important not for notifying that the computer is
busy, but for providing feedback that an operation they just requested
is being processed. This gives the user confidence that:

a) their input was received
b) The operation has not yet completed


Ray Strode wrote:
> I don't know if this has been brought up before, but maybe a
> busy signal shouldn't really reflect if a window is going to
> be shown or not, but simply if the computer is busy.  Maybe
> instead of application launch feedback it should be cpu
> utilization feedback.  If CPU usuage gets too high, throw
> up an hour glass.  I's probably a dumb idea.
> --Ray Strode
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