Re: [Usability]Re: DrWright simplification
- From: Lars Weber <lars brokenbits de>
- To: Richard Hult <rhult codefactory se>
- Cc: usability gnome org
- Subject: Re: [Usability]Re: DrWright simplification
- Date: 10 Mar 2003 23:46:33 +0100
Richard Hult <rhult codefactory se> wrote:
> After using it with different work intervals for quite some time now, I
> think using 2 or 3 minutes of warning time always, would work quite
> well. What do you think?
Looks like a perfectly reasonable choice to me!
> My plan is to make it start over from the warning phase probably.
Reasonable choice again...
> I'd rather not add a real password here. If you need to lock the screen,
> you can always just postpone the break and lock the screen: I don't want
> to add an almost full-fledged screen saver...
Ok, I don't have a problem with that. It *might* still make sense to have
direct way to lock the screen (via XScreensaver) from the break screen,
though. That way a user who wants to leave the computer just needs a
single click, as opposed to needing to postpone the break and *then* to
lock the screen, which feels kind of unnatural.
To me personally it doesn't make a difference in either case, however,
because I'm fortunate enough to never have to lock up a computer myself.
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