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I don't think they will have to train their employees, because the first
priority for such a new UI should be that is intuitive. And if it is
really intuitive, you don't need to train anybody, neither a newbie, nor
an advanced user.
Casper Hornstrup schrieb:
>>From: ros-dev-bounces at reactos.org [mailto:ros-dev-bounces at reactos.org] On Behalf Of Max Well
>>Sent: 9. oktober 2005 21:30
>>To: ReactOS Development List
>>Cc: Jason Filby
>>Subject: Re: [ros-dev] FreeWin95
>>Well, I already thought of a new UI design and I will try to create a
>>preview, but I think the project is in a too early state for crating a
>>Making it skinnable seems to be a good idea, but it will make the whole
>>thing much more difficult.
>>The most important thing for me is to get away from the classical
>>windows look and feel with windows, taskbar and so on.
> Such a change will cause companies millions of dollars in training and thus
> make adoption of ReactOS much harder. Is it really worth it?
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