2004-February Archive by Thread

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Within a single thread, the first mail note is the START of the thread; the notes following that are in the chronological order of when they were received. So globally, newest messages are at the top, but within a thread, the oldest (the start of the thread) is at the top.

If you think about it, it is confusing. Just go with the flow and everything will be all right.

  • [Usability] User knowledge level setting, Fredrik Rambris
  • [Usability] printing..., gabor
  • [Usability] [Yet Another] New File Chooser Design, Luke Hutchison
  • [Usability] Re: A question about procedure regarding a desktop environment policy, Jeff Waugh
  • [Usability] triple mouse click behavior, John F Dixon Iv
  • [Usability] Re: cancel changes before closing a form/dialog, Calum Benson
  • [Usability] Re: The importance of good mouse acceleration, Michael Toomim
  • [Usability] A problem about setting keyboard shorcuts, gxw
  • [Usability] Interesting reading, Maarten Menheere
  • [Usability] [Fwd: World's first HCI Rap song], Calum Benson
  • [Usability] FYI: UsabilityGuidelines handbill, Tim Janik
  • [Usability] Storable, what to do with applications that can't be localized, Blad, John Erling
  • [Usability] Creating documents inside a folder, Daniel Borgmann
  • RE: [Usability] OK and Cancel ordering should be a user setting, Seth Nickell
  • [Usability] Need a stock design for "Find" dialogs, Piers Cornwell
  • Re: [Usability] Comments about this new paradigm?, Maurizio Colucci
  • Re: [Usability] gtk 2.3.2 file selector suggestions, Daniel Borgmann

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