I have noticed a few things with the ISA GUI interface of Breadbox and
it's predecessors, and I can't seem to find the disk check/repair I
remember from 2.1.
For instance when you do something like export a write file you have to
type in the new name (after you delete the "unamed" text in the filename
box). The text box doesn't uatomatically select the automatic "unamed"
text for deletion, allow you to select an existing file name from the file
list, or automatically give the existing file name stripped of extension,
like windows can. There is also no "send to A drive" sort of left button
menue item. These little type of things would make it easier to work
with. I found this to be the case in BEOS, even though it was great at
certain things it still needed minor improvements to help the processs
move along compared to Windows.
Are you guys open to a public session where people in this newsgroup can
list most needed/desired minor improvements (no Java;) in a "Minor
Ensemble Improvements thread"?
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