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Desktop applications with no toolbars

One consideration to be aware of is that users can be strongly averse to change. You’re fighting against that no matter how improved you make things.

Aaron Sedley (the author of the above article) and Hendrik Müller from Google did a presentation on the topic of change aversion at UX Australia 2012, specifically in relation to the transition from Google Docs to Google Drive (that link contains the audio of the presentation and a link to the slides). As an aside, notable UXer Jared Spool has rejected their claims, and his take should be factored into your decision-making.

Specifically on the topic of changing toolbars, Microsoft has seen a lot of criticism in response to their change from a conventional toolbar to their so-called “ribbon” UI, despite some compelling usability research being applied in their design:

An online survey conducted by ExcelUser reports that a majority of
respondents had a negative opinion of the change, with advanced users
being “somewhat more negative” than intermediate users; the
self-estimated reduction in productivity was an average of about 20%,
and “about 35%” for people with a negative opinion.

They’ve experienced similar complaints in Internet Explorer 9 when they moved to a more minimalistic toolbar. Here’s an indicative one from the blog comments when Microsoft first announced the changes:

And in general, I’m more and more bothered by this trend going on for
the past several years of dumbing every program down to the lowest
common denominator. I think that if a program is not specifically
designed to help/teach people with little to know computer knowledge,
it should strive to make it ever easier for power users (so not
“experts”, who don’t mind command-line stuff and editing configuration
files and registry entries, or even mod code, at any moment of the day
or night – those will always find a way to get what they want :)) to
make the most of it (while of course not making the basic tasks
noticeably more difficult for the average user), not just focus on
“average and less” and setting the rest aside because they’re too few
to matter in the numbers game.

In general, expert users are more resistant to significant changes, for the reason Spool gives in his article linked above:

In most cases, people hate change because they don’t like to suddenly
become stupid. Think about it. Let’s say you’re a day-in-day-out GMail
user. You’ve mastered the menus and commands. You have everything set
up exactly like you want it.

Now, suddenly, one day, you arrive at the design and it’s different.
All the familiar commands have shifted around. Several are gone.
Several are new. Doing those routine, simple acts are no longer
routine or simple.

Because of the changes, you suddenly find yourself unable to do the
things you once did. While some are smart enough to blame the
designers, most will blame themselves. And those people hate feeling
stupid, just like everyone else.

As a qualified graphic designer I would consider myself and most of my colleagues expert users in Adobe Photoshop. Personally, I almost never use the mouse to change tools, preferring to use the keyboard shortcuts almost exclusively. One of the most capable visual designers I’ve ever had the privilege to work with, however, knows almost none of the keyboard shortcuts, and targets everything with the mouse, despite having used Photoshop every day of his professional life over the last 10 or so years at least. While watching him take three times longer to perform some tasks than I would is absolutely infuriating, I wouldn’t dare claim he was any less of an expert in the use of the application to achieve a result; he simply isn’t as confident with a keyboard as with a mouse.

The conclusion, then, is that you should assess the realistic usage of the toolbars as they exist in the application today. If the people who are currently dependent on the toolbar form a significant or even just vocal part of your user group, you might find it more trouble than it’s worth removing the toolbar.

Whatever outcome you choose, you’re unlikely to get much of a UX consensus that it’s worth eliminating the toolbar merely on the grounds of it being a lot of work to redesign the icons. We’re kind of duty-bound to tell you to do what’s best by your users, regardless of if it’s what’s best by your organisation or yourself. Only you can weigh up the relative benefit of good-for-your-users vs. good-for-the-project’s-budget, since only you know your users.

buttons – Pattern for infrequently used UI in desktop application

I have a desktop application where the user will paste some text into a textbox located within the tab that is initially displayed to the user.

The CONVERT button will become enabled when text is input into the textbox.

When the user clicks the CONVERT button, the pasted text will be transformed into a more structured form and presented to the user in the other tab. The tab transition will happen as part of the CONVERT button being clicked.

Once this process is over, the initial tab with the original pasted text will rarely be referenced. But it will be there if the original text needs to be consulted.

Is this still a viable UI in 2021? I am somewhat old-school and would like to know if a new/better pattern exists. Thank you.

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How to switch between desktop enviroments in Win-Kex?

Currently I am running wsl2 on my windows computer and using the win-kex application to get a GUI version of Kali Linux. I have followed the steps listed here and here but I am unable to switch to KDE (I cannot do Step 4). Anyone know how to do this?

I need users of a list when creating a new entry to be asked to upload a picture from their desktop and have it linked with their entry

I have been trying through several version of SharePoint to create a User entered list that would go through different columns of data entry and dates and text with great success. Where I get stuck now with SharePoint Online is when I want the users to upload a picture from their desktop of the before condition and the after condition. The pictures are on their desktop not on a website.

I have tried using the column setup to be an “Image” Type – but the input is just a line with no upload features. Using the “Hyperlink or Picture” is successful if the picture has an URL and I set it to display Picture. My problem is that we do not have a website that I can have everyone store their pictures. and even if I did they would have to upload them – look up the URL – paste it into the LIST and do this successfully.

I thought about setting up a picture library in our SharePoint but you still have to get the full URL and use the Hyperlink – but this usually throws a too many character error (our sharepoint names and structure have so many characters that it exceeds the 255 characters that can be entered in the URL field with the picture names)

What I want if possible is just a way to have a user upload a picture within the custom list for a Before Picture and an After Picture from their desktop to show up and be attached to the site documents or library. Using whichever type works in that way or can have some added intelligence.

Column name: Before Picture

The type of information in this column is:  

Hyperlink or Picture


How to stop Word 2003 creating shadow icons on my Windows 10 Pro desktop?

OK I think I’ve found the answer to my own question, a few minutes after posting it. The solution is to set the Desktop directory not to show hidden files and directories. This works. Of course the temporary files will still be there in some sense; it’s just that now the desktop won’t contain icons for them. I’m not sure what happens to them at power down. If they get ~F5ed at that point, then all is well and good. If not, then I guess eventually they might clog something up, in which case I remain in need of a better solution.

mathematical optimization – FindMaximum works on desktop but not on laptop

I have a simple code to find maximum as follows.

myfunc = {-1 + 2/(1 + d), 1/2 (-1 + 1/d), 1 - d, 1 + 1/(-2 + d), 
   1 - d, 1 - d, -1 + 1/d, -1 + 1/d, 1/(1 + d), 1/(2 d), 1/d, 1/d, d/(
   1 - d)};
FindMaximum({##, 0 <= d <= 1}, d) & /@ myfunc

It works well on my desktop and the result is:

{{1., {d -> 0.}}, {(Infinity), {d -> 0.}}, {1., {d -> 
    0.}}, {0.5, {d -> 0.}}, {1., {d -> 0.}}, {1., {d -> 
    0.}}, {(Infinity), {d -> 0.}}, {(Infinity), {d -> 
    0.}}, {1., {d -> 0.}}, {(Infinity), {d -> 
    0.}}, {(Infinity), {d -> 0.}}, {(Infinity), {d -> 
    0.}}, {(Infinity), {d -> 1.}}}

However, I got error with $Failed when I ran it on my laptop.

{{1., {d -> 3.54538*10^-8}}, {-$Failed, {d -> 0.}}, {1., {d -> 
    0.}}, {0.5, {d -> 0.}}, {1., {d -> 0.}}, {1., {d -> 
    0.}}, {-$Failed, {d -> 0.}}, {-$Failed, {d -> 0.}}, {1., {d -> 
    0.}}, {(Infinity), {d -> Indeterminate}}, {(Infinity), {d -> 
    0.}}, {(Infinity), {d -> 0.}}, {(Infinity), {d -> 

Why does this happen? How can I solve this?

macos – iPad as Mac Display: How to return to Mac desktop from iPad home screen?

I’m using my iPad as a secondary display. The menu bar icon on my Mac is blue (active), my Mac desktop is on the iPad.

I press the iPad’s home button. I’m now on the iPad’s home screen. The Mac is still connected, the menu bar icon is still blue.

How can I quickly return to viewing my Mac desktop on the iPad?


windows 10 – Installing Copernic Desktop fails with error

I’m attempting to install Copernic Desktop Search on Windows 10. I get a message:

“An error occurred during installation of assembly
‘Microsoft.VT90.CRT,version=”9.0.30729.6161″,publicKeyToken=”1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b”,processorArchitecture=”amd64″,type=”win32″‘. Please refer to Help and Support for more information. HRESULT: 0x80070002″

The installer then reports that it has ended prematurely.

Copernic Support informed me that the computer’s NET framework needed repairing, but running Microsoft’s NET Repair Tool has had no effect.

Can anyone suggest a course of actio that might resolve this problem?

Chrome windows won’t stay on one desktop

I used to be able to have different chrome windows on different desktops (for example chrome window 1 on desktop 1 and chrome window 2 on desktop 2) However, after updating to macOS Big Sur 11.2.1, I can’t drag different chrome windows on another desktop. When I switch to desktop 2, for example, ALL of my chrome windows are present. I need help!

(note: when I try dragging a single window onto another desktop, it has an icon of a circle with a slash through)