Hypercard: the missing link to the web
coiin at verizon.net
Fri Jun 1 20:27:22 CDT 2012
I'm less sure about that. Steve Jobs spoke out about how touch screens are not the right way to work with desktop machines, and I've made enough touch screen kiosk applications to know that it's tiring to work that way.
The gestural stuff that is in Lion and Mountain Lion is great. But, it's geared towards trackpad use. I don't mind that, I've just used trackpads for years, and although I was very reluctant to install Lion, I'm liking the way I work with Mountain Lion and my Magic Trackpad. It makes a mouse feel clumsy.
On Jun 1, 2012, at 8:06 PM, Kay C Lan <lan.kc.macmail at gmail.com> wrote:
> >Which then brings me full circle to another thread on this List about where
> OS X is headed, and my feeling that '...and a touch sensitive screen' will
> be part of the future OS X requirement.
More information about the use-livecode