On Mon, Feb 17, 2014 at 3:38 PM, Steven Walling <steven.walling(a)gmail.com>wrote;wrote:
Even an *exceptionally* plain product like Gmail has a
font family setting than Vector does at the moment.
And in Gmail, "I" and "l" look identical in the font that they chose.
that doesn't matter, but sometimes it does and since they override it it's
not as simple as configuring a better font in the browser (or not having to
And then there are the several ways they screw around with the normal
browser behavior in these reply boxes that are usability issues for me: I
can't Ctrl-PgUp or Ctrl-PgDn to switch tabs, I can't Shift-PgUp or
Shift-PgDn to select large blocks of text, I have to always choose the "Pop
out reply" because the scrolling is screwed up in the inline reply and I
can't actually see the entirety of the input field, etc.
So saying "We're not as fancy as Gmail" doesn't sound like a very
compelling argument to me.
Brad Jorsch (Anomie)