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Subject:RE: Original Mac user manual From:"Stephen Arrants" <steve -at- mbfbioscience -dot- com> To:"John G" <john -at- garisons -dot- com>, <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com> Date:Thu, 25 Aug 2011 10:18:34 -0400
John G writes:
> We used to have intense discussions about whether or not we could just
> "click and drag" or still had to tell people to click and hold down
> mouse button while dragging a block of text to move it
When I started at Microsoft in the 80s, I'd heard there were usability
lab videos of people who read the instructions "Click and drag the mouse
upper left to the lower right of your display" and then physically put
the mouse on the screen and...well, you know.
I always wanted to see these videos, but no one there could find them.
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