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On the Mac, it's very iOS like and "Appy" which isn't always a good thing. .....
By:  P. Briscoe (Non running-dog anti-imperial anti-Bush unapologist name-changer; 23404)
Posted on: 03-20-2020 13:46.
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    Paul launched a war by saying:

      P. Briscoe had 1,000 monkeys type:
      IT typically we use S4B and increasingly, TEAMS.

      But we also have Zoom. I've used it twice and succeeded at doing what I needed to run the meeting but some of the behaviors are very odd and by no means best-of-class.

      Menus disappear and reappear seemingly randomly. The main window gets thumbnailed rather too easily and until I learn a few shortcuts I'm not super efficient at it. I can use it however.

      All Mac apps need to respect the idea that no matter what, you still have a menu cemented to the top of the screen so you can quickly reference industry standard view/window commands like "Bring all to Front, etc.

      UI standards for apps are out the fucking window lately.

      Edited by P. Briscoe at 3/19/2020 5:20:22 PM