Friday, March 23, 2018

A Small Rant


Sorry for this rant, People...

But whose bright idea was it to put the "undo" button on the iPad keypad right next to the space bar? Let's see...write something great and then hit space...poof, it's all gone, because clearly we needed that ability for some reason. 

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  1. ... someone who did not think about the consequences put the button there;)

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  2. I've been there, done that, with other tech.

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  3. The times something similar has happened to me!
    Grrr!

    All the best Jan

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  4. We don't do Apple. All Android here. Sure hope they don't copy something that silly from Apple!

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  5. Hi Sandi, It is so coincidental that you posted this. Well, it just happened to me a few minutes ago! I've been trying to reply to all those who left comments for me on my blog and I wrote a long answer to someone, when, BINGO ... I hit the undo. Oh my. I can't begin to tell you some words that came to mind. So, yes, who put the undo in that location? :-) John

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    1. "I can't begin to tell you some words that came to mind."

      Haha! If you did, you would have to hit undo! ;-)

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  6. In a bad spot, for sure. And here I thought all these Apple geniuses had everything covered.

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  7. So sorry for your difficulty. I don't have one of those so I can't totally sympathize, but I can imagine how bad that would be.

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  8. I sometimes think we should have an undo button in our head to stop us from saying unkind things we should not say to other people.

    I don't like the un-friend button either. I once did not like something I said on my social site and un-friended myself. I could not log in my site again !!! I was no longer my friend.

    God bless.

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  9. Where's the dislike button? What a nuisance!
    Blessings, Sandi!

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  10. AAACK...I hate when that happens!!! I'm glad for my laptop!!!

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  11. Very frustrating! I don't think that was very good planning!

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  12. I usually write on my desk computer, so no button frustration.
    (In answer to your question on my last blog - no, I haven't written anything on that subject).

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  13. i am happy with the laptop buttons dear Sandi!

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  14. I haven't had that problem Sandi but believe me I have had many, many others 😀

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