Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 8th Feb 2006 22:42 UTC, submitted by danwarne
Mac OS X "The Unofficial Apple Weblog has posted a short story on the top five mistakes made by new Mac users. It includes closing an application window and thinking it has quit, downloading software and then running it from the disk image (runs slowly, can't eject disk image), and Windows .exe files littered around the desktop after they've tried to download software and install it. The comments attached to the article are entertaining, and pick up many other common mistakes. Here's a precise list of things that TUAW and its users said in comments, and a few of my own."
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RE[4]: Usability
by Nedi on Thu 9th Feb 2006 20:59 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Usability"
Nedi
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2006-02-09

The fault in your point is that on a Mac keyboard, there are no home and end keys. There are two keys that have an arrow pointing down-right and top-left, but no home or end keys. Don't go making stuff up now, please.

Here right in front of me on my iBook G4 there are 2 keys labeled
" (left arrow) home" and "end (right arrow)" ... guess you should check first before writing stuff ... ;)

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