One problem the 'clickers' have in our office is their tendency to put the
mouse pad w-a-a-a-y in the back of their desk, so they have to r-e-a-c-h
for the mouse every time they use it.  Of course, a lot of them  just fire
up an AS/400 session and live there all day.  But is still makes me grind
my teeth every time I see a mouse so far from civilization.

I have a (well, many) personal opinion (which I'll share):  a green screen
is more useful for heads-down, pound-the-keys data entry than a GUI.  GUIs
are more useful in a onesy-twosy mode, or for graphics.

--Paul E Musselman

>I sure wish users would stop "wanting" GUI screens!!!  Forgetting for
>just a moment about the increases in system complexity and
>maintenance... our efforts here in "forcing" users to go to JDEdwards
>have shown that those who get used to using an actual keyboard can soon
>outdistance the "clickers" by a long shot.  Is this just my bias getting
>in the way again, or has anyone else noticed this?  I guess you could
>call this a philosophical question.
>Roger Boucher
>Standard Pacific Corp.

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