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Find and Run In the DarkAs a visually impaired person i LOVE your Find and Run Robot. As i can type 10-Finger-System very fast but often can't find a place to click with the mouse your utility is a really lifesaver for me.. More important for me, and this is already true for your FRR, is, that the program uses my own adjusted systemcolors and/or give me the chance to adjust the program colors via preferences/settingsdialog. I have to use a black background with bright (yellow/white) textcolor. And this can't be used with many (bad programmed) programs as i get black writing on a black background, very special to read - indeed! :-)) But with FRR, as i said, i had no problems.
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The OSNews blog once again brings us a fascinating article on the modern history of user interfaces. This time it's an older essay about the user interface design for Windows 95.
However you feel about Windows 95, there's no denying that its user interface is probably one of the most iconic and well-known user interfaces ever designed and developed. Literally everyone knows it and has used it, and it singlehandedly defined what a personal computer's UI should work like. It's incredibly fascinating to read about the thought processes behind its development.