200% improvement in user experience while crashing





  • I like "Directory listing is now more accurate".

    Not even "Directory listing works now", but simply that it's less inaccurate than it was before.

    What even is an inaccurate directory listing? Missing files? Spurious fictional files? Incorrect dates?



  • @Bing said:

    From English: User experience while crashing improved; some users have reported over a 200% improvement here.
    To Arabic: تجربة المستخدم أثناء تحطمها المحسنة؛ وقد أبلغ بعض المستخدمين على مدى تحسن بنسبة 200% هنا.
    Back to English: Improved user experience while crashing; some users have reported over 200% improvement here.
    To Catalan: Experiència d'usuari millorada mentre que caigui; alguns usuaris han reportat més 200% millora aquí.
    Back to English: Improved user experience while crashing; Some users have reported over 200% improvement here.
    To Turkish: Geliştirilmiş kullanıcı deneyimi çökmesini; Bazı kullanıcıların % 200 den fazla bildirdin iyileştirme burada.
    Back to English: Improved user experience crashing; Some users have reported more than 200% improvement here.
    To Chinese Traditional: 崩潰 ; 改進的使用者體驗一些使用者已經報告了超過 200%改進在這裡。
    Back to English: Crashes, improved user experience, some users had reported more than 200% the improvement here.
    To Czech: Pády, lepší uživatelské zkušenosti, někteří uživatelé hlásili více než 200 % zlepšení zde.
    Back to English: Crashes, improved user experience, some users have reported more than 200% improvement here.
    To Spanish: Crashes, experiencia de usuario mejorada, algunos usuarios han reportado más de 200% mejora aquí.
    Back to English: Crashes, improved user experience, some users have reported more than 200% improvement here.
    To Slovak: Pády, vylepšené užívateľské skúsenosti, niektorí užívatelia hlásili viac než 200% zlepšenie tu.
    Back to English: Crashes, improved user experience, some users have reported more than 200% improvement here.
    To Russian: Аварии, улучшен пользовательский опыт, некоторые пользователи сообщили о более чем 200% улучшение здесь.
    Back to English: Accident, improved user experience, some users reported more than 200% improvement here.
    To Romanian: Accident, experienţă îmbunătăţită de utilizator, unii utilizatori au raportat mai mult decât 200% îmbunătăţire aici.
    Back to English: Accident, improved user experience, some users have reported more than 200% improvement here.
    To French: Un accident, une expérience utilisateur améliorée, quelques utilisateurs ont rapporté plus de 200 % amélioration ici.
    Back to English: An accident, a user experience improved, some users reported more than 200% improvement here.
    To Portuguese: Um acidente, uma experiência de utilizador melhorada, alguns usuários relataram mais de 200% melhoria aqui.
    Back to English: An accident, an improved user experience, some users reported more than 200% improvement here.
    To Latvian: Negadījums, uzlabotu lietotāju pieredzi, daži lietotāji ziņoja vairāk nekā 200 % uzlabošanos šeit.
    Back to English: Accidents, improve user experience, some users reported more than 200% improvement here.
    To Japanese: 事故、ユーザー エクスペリエンス、いくつか報告されたユーザーよりも 200% 以上改良ここを向上させます。
    Back to English: Improved 200% or more than the reported accident, user experience, some users here to improve.
    To Indonesian: Peningkatan 200% atau lebih dari kecelakaan dilaporkan, pengalaman pengguna, beberapa pengguna untuk meningkatkan.
    Back to English: An increase of 200% or more of accidents reported, user experience, some users to increase.
    To Hungarian: Növekedését, 200 %-os vagy annál nagyobb, a balesetek jelentett, felhasználói élmény, néhány felhasználó, növeléséhez.
    Back to English: An increase of 200% or more accidents reported, some of the user experience, increase user.
    To Finnish: 200 Prosenttia tai enemmän onnettomuuksia raportoitu joidenkin käyttäjien kokemuksia, lisätä käyttäjän.
    Back to English: 200% or more accidents reported by some users ' experiences, added by the user.
    To Hebrew: 200% או יותר תאונות שדווחו על-ידי חוויות מסוימים המשתמשים, נוסף על-ידי המשתמש.
    Back to English: 200% or more accidents reported by some users experiences, added by the user.
    To Haitian Creole: 200% ou plis aksidan ki te rapòte ke pa gen kèk, les expériences te ajoute ke moun kap itilize li an.
    Back to English: 200% or more accident who reported that there any, the expériences added that people who are the user.
    To Ukranian: 200% або більше від нещасного випадку, який повідомив, що там будь-якому, на expériences додав, що люди, які користувач.
    Back to English: 200% or more from the accident, which reported that there's any, expériences added that people who user.
    To Greek: 200% ή περισσότερο από το ατύχημα, η οποία ανέφερε ότι υπάρχει κάποια, έκτακτη πρόσθεσε ότι οι άνθρωποι που χρήστη.
    Back to English: 200% or more by accident, which indicated that there is some extraordinary added that people that user.
    To Chinese Simplified: 200%或更多的事故,表明有一些非同寻常添加,人们该用户。
    Back to English: 200% or more, indicating that some unusual added, the user.
    To Thai: 200% หรือมากกว่า บ่งชี้การเพิ่มที่ ผิดปกติบางลง ผู้ใช้
    Back to English: 200% or more. Indicates some unusual additions to the user
    To Swedish: 200% eller mer. Anger några ovanliga tillägg till användaren
    Back to English: 200% or more Indicates some unusual additions to the user
    To Danish: 200% eller mere angiver nogle usædvanlige Tilføjelser til brugeren
    Back to English: 200% or more indicates some unusual Additions to the user
    To Bulgarian: 200 % или повече показва някои необичайни допълнения към потребителя
    Back to English: 200% or more indicates some unusual additions to the user
    To Estonian: 200% näitavad mõningaid ebatavaline lisad kasutaja
    Back to English: 200% to show some unusual additions to the user
    To Vietnamese: 200% để hiển thị một số bổ sung không bình thường cho người dùng
    Back to English: 200% to show some unusual additions to the user
    To Slovenian: 200 % pokazati nekaj nenavadnih dodatki za uporabnika
    Back to English: 200% to show some unusual benefits for the user
    To Dutch: 200% tot enkele ongewone voordelen voor de gebruiker weergeven
    Back to English: 200% up to some unusual benefits for the user
    To German: 200 % bis zu einige ungewöhnliche Vorteile für den Benutzer
    Back to English: 200% up to some unusual benefits for the user
    To Polish: 200% do jakieś niezwykłe korzyści dla użytkownika
    Back to English: 200% to some unusual benefits for the user
    To Norwegian: 200% noen uvanlige fordeler for brukeren
    Back to English: 200% with some unusual benefits for the user
    To Korean: 사용자에 대 한 몇 가지 특별 한 혜택 200%
    Back to English: There are a few special benefits for users, 200%
    To Lithuanian: Yra keletas specialių naudos vartotojams, 200 %
    Back to English: There are some specific benefits to consumers, to 200%



  • @Ben L. said:

    200% or more Indicates some unusual additions to the user



  • @El_Heffe said:

    @Ben L. said:

    200% or more Indicates some unusual additions to the user

    Bug report: switched user and pushed A key. Modal dialog is still there.





  • @Ben L. said:

    [quote user="Bing"]...
    [/quote]

    Wow, that's really funn...wait, what???

    BING!??

    ...so you're the one...



  • @Daniel Beardsmore said:

    I like "Directory listing is now more accurate".

    Not even "Directory listing works now", but simply that it's less inaccurate than it was before.

    What even is an inaccurate directory listing? Missing files? Spurious fictional files? Incorrect dates?

    I've written a few directory enumerators in my time but you've given me an awesome idea. I'm going to start putting the following in;

    foreach(File file in files)
    {
      buffer.AppendLine(file.ToString());
    

      if (rnd(1) > 0.98)
      {
        buffer.AppendLine("SexWithPandas.wmv 483,836,932 Bytes");
      }
    }



  • Randomise the filename using a Markov chain generator, so that no two people ever get the same filename, then no-one can search the web for the spurious name that comes up, nor will it appear in a search of the source code.



  • @Daniel Beardsmore said:

    Randomise the filename using a Markov chain generator, so that no two people ever get the same filename, then no-one can search the web for the spurious name that comes up, nor will it appear in a search of the source code.

    Isn't that Google's algorithm for generating search results?

     



  • I also thought the line "No longer (as) optional" was interesting.

    What does it mean for something to be less optional? Taken together with the line below, "No longer (as) buggy", it would seem that there's some correlation between optionality and bugginess. Perhaps once the program no longer accepts user input, all the bugs will disappear. But then, that would be a waste of all the user experience improvements when crashing.



  • That is not a WTF. If you're going to crash, at least do so gracefully and try to return me to the same place I left off before I crashed. If an application just blows up and dies, then restarts cold, there is plenty of room for improvement. TRWTF is that they placed "user experience while crashing improved" under "fixed at least 10 crashes". Those two statements are siblings, not parent/child. If those crashes were fixed, the user experience during crashing would be irrelevant because it wouldn't crash in those ten situations.



  • @anotherusername said:

    TRWTF is that they placed "user experience while crashing improved" under "fixed at least 10 crashes". Those two statements are siblings, not parent/child.
     

    IMPORTANT

    [here an image of a shocked high-class audience]



  • @dhromed said:

    @anotherusername said:

    TRWTF is that they placed "user experience while crashing improved" under "fixed at least 10 crashes". Those two statements are siblings, not parent/child.
     

    IMPORTANT

    [here an image of a shocked high-class audience]

    Two types of people who piss me off:

    • People who put things in parent-child relationship trees when they should be siblings
      • People who don't care when something pisses me off



  • @anotherusername said:

    @dhromed said:

    @anotherusername said:

    TRWTF is that they placed "user experience while crashing improved" under "fixed at least 10 crashes". Those two statements are siblings, not parent/child.
     

    IMPORTANT

    [here an image of a shocked high-class audience]

    Two types of people who piss me off:

      • People who put things in child-parent relationship trees when they should be siblings
    • People who don't care when something pisses me off



  • @Ben L. said:

    Two types of people who piss me off:

      • People who put things in child-parent relationship trees when they should be siblings
    • People who don't care when something pisses me off


    Well played, sir.

     



  • What this man said.
    @dhromed said:

    Well played, sir.

     

    @Ben L. said:

      • People who put things in child-parent relationship trees when they should be siblings
    • People who don't care when something pisses me off

    Two types of people who piss me off:




  •  tail-quoters should burn in hell.



  • [color=inherit;display:block;-webkit-transform:scale(1,-1);-moz-transform:scale(1,-1);-ms-transform:scale(1,-1);-o-transform:scale(1,-1);transform:scale(1,-1)]I'd normally agree with you, but this is just so much fun...

    tail-quoters should burn in hell.

    [/color]



  • FTFY@dhromed said:

    @anotherusername said:

    What this man said.
    @dhromed said:

    @Ben L. said:

    Two types of people who piss me off:

      • People who put things in child-parent relationship trees when they should be siblings
    • People who don't care when something pisses me off

    Well played, sir.
    tail-quoters should burn in hell.

     



  • @anotherusername said:

    Two types of people who piss me off:

    • People who put things in parent-child relationship trees when they should be siblings
      • People who don't care when something pisses me off
      • People who add to fixed-sized lists.
     

     



  • @Lorne Kates said:

    @anotherusername said:

    Two types of people who piss me off:

    • People who put things in parent-child relationship trees when they should be siblings
      • People who don't care when something pisses me off
      • People who quote you and change what you posted. Bad mods who change what you posted.
     

    FTFY.

    FTFYFM.



  • @Lorne Kates said:

    @anotherusername said:

    Two types of people who piss me off:

    • People who put things in parent-child relationship trees when they should be siblings
      • People who don't care when something pisses me off
      • People who add to fixed-sized lists.
      • People who need people
        • Are the luckiest people in the world
     

     

     

     



  • [color=red;display:none;displa\000079:block;positio\00006e:absolute;margin-top:-441px;font-family:Comic Sans MS;font-size:xx-large;margin-left:100px;background:white;line-height:87%;width:50%]what now?[/color]um...@El_Heffe said:

    @Lorne Kates said:

    @anotherusername said:

    Two types of people who piss me off:

    • People who put things in parent-child relationship trees when they should be siblings
      • People who don't care when something pisses me off
      • People who add to fixed-sized lists.
    [color=red;font-family:Comic Sans MS;font-size:xx-large;line-height:85%;margin-left:60px]what now?[/color]
     

     

     

     



  • @Lorne Kates said:

    @anotherusername said:

    Two types of people who piss me off:

    • People who put things in parent-child relationship trees when they should be siblings
      • People who don't care when something pisses me off
      • (I, for one, love when people remember to close their parenthesis
      • People who add to fixed-sized lists.
     

     

     

     




  • []quote user="Mcoder"]<p>[]quote user="Lorne Kates"]</p><p>[]quote user="anotherusername"]</p><p>Two types of people who piss me off:</p><ul><li>People who put things in parent-child relationship trees when they should be siblings</li><ul><li>People who don't care when something pisses me off</li><li>(I, for one, love when people remember to close their parenthesis<br></li><li>People who add to fixed-sized lists.</li></ul></ul>[]/quote]&nbsp;<p>&nbsp;</p>[]/quote]&nbsp;<p>&nbsp;</p>[]/quote]



  • @Ben L. said:

    @Mcoder said:
    <p>@Lorne Kates said:
    </p><p>@anotherusername said:
    </p><p>Two types of people who piss me off:</p><ul><li>People who put things in parent-child relationship trees when they should be siblings</li><ul><li>People who don't care when something pisses me off</li><li>(I, for one, love when people remember to close their parenthesis<br></li><li>People who add to fixed-sized lists.</li></ul></ul>
    &nbsp;<p>&nbsp;</p>
    &nbsp;<p>&nbsp;</p>

     

     



  • @Ben L. said:

    @Mcoder said:
    <p>@Lorne Kates said:
    </p><p>@anotherusername said:
    </p><p>Two types of people who piss me off:</p><ul><li>People who put things in parent-child relationship trees when they should be siblings</li><ul><li>People who don't care when something pisses me off</li><li>(I, for one, love when people remember to close their parenthesis<br></li><li>People who add to fixed-sized lists.</li></ul></ul>
    &nbsp;<p>&nbsp;</p>
    &nbsp;<p>&nbsp;</p>

    ...yeah, it happens when the rich-text editor doesn't play nicely with BBcode. You end up with all of your [quote] tags wrapped in <p> tags.


  • @Mcoder said:

    @Lorne Kates said:

    @anotherusername said:

    Two types of people who piss me off:

    • People who put things in parent-child relationship trees when they should be siblings
      • People who don't care when something pisses me off
      • (I, for one, love when people remember to close their parenthesis
      • People who don't understand plural inflection of English noun
      • People who add to fixed-sized lists.
     

     

     

     



  • Can I just take this opportunity to point out that my list was never intended to be taken as an exhaustive list of people who piss me off? I named two of them, not all of them.



  • @anotherusername said:

    Can I just take this opportunity to point out that my list was never intended to be taken as an exhaustive list of people who piss me off? I named two of them, not all of them.
     

    fuck you we do what we want



  • @Mcoder said:

    @Lorne Kates said:

    @anotherusername said:

    Two types of people who piss me off:

    • People who put things in parent-child relationship trees when they should be siblings
      • People who don't care when something pisses me off
      • (I, for one, love when people remember to close their parenthesis
      • People who add to fixed-sized lists.
      • <font face="comic sans ms,sand" size="4">People who use Comic Sans</font>
     

     

     

     

     

     



  • @dhromed said:

    @anotherusername said:

    Can I just take this opportunity to point out that my list was never intended to be taken as an exhaustive list of people who piss me off? I named two of them, not all of them.
     

    fuck you we do what we want

    I never said you shouldn't.



  • @anotherusername said:

    Can I just take this opportunity to point out that my list was never intended to be taken as an exhaustive list of people who piss me off? I named two of them, not all of them.
     

    Nah, I'm quite exausted from reading the list, it's definitively exaustive.








  • @Ben L. said:

    What is this I don't even...@El_Heffe said:

    I'm hurt, truly. I thought I'd deserved that by now, but you give it to Ben L. for a ginormous picture...



  • @anotherusername said:

    I thought I'd deserved that by now
    He has made 17.57 times more annoying posts. You have a lot of work to do yet.



  • @El_Heffe said:

    @anotherusername said:

    I thought I'd deserved that by now
    He has made 17.57 times more annoying posts. You have a lot of work to do yet.

    Well... I've been going for quality over quantity, you see.[color=inherit;positio\00006e:fixed;top:0px;bottom:0px;left:0px;right:0px;pointer-events:none;border:112px solid transparent;\000062order-image:url("http://i.imgur.com/Hal1YlJ.png") 112 113 114 112 round;background:rgba(64,128,64,0.25);display:none;\000064isplay:block][/color]



  • Wow

    If I had more patience for this I'd see if I could find a way to make the whole page disappear, but adapting your code wasn't having any effect at all.

    Now where is the bleeding Post button? It's buried under your Christmas cheer ......



  •  



  • @Daniel Beardsmore said:

    Wow

    If I had more patience for this I'd see if I could find a way to make the whole page disappear, but adapting your code wasn't having any effect at all.

    Well, sure, I could've, but that really wasn't the point.[color=inherit;positio\00006e:fixed;top:0px;bottom:0px;left:0px;right:0px;pointer-events:none;background-image:url(http://i.imgur.com/BVyK9dI.gif);background-size:cover;display:none;\000064isplay:block][/color]


  •  Dear lord there are snowflakes but no border on the Reply page.



  • @anotherusername said:

    Well, sure, I could've, but that really wasn't the point.

    I didn't expect it to be my point — I'm not mind controlling you ;-)

    As for the snow, you can have a B for that. Real snow falls much faster.



  • @Daniel Beardsmore said:

    @anotherusername said:
    Well, sure, I could've, but that really wasn't the point.

    I didn't expect it to be my point — I'm not mind controlling you ;-)

    As for the snow, you can have a B for that. Real snow falls much faster.

    All you'd really have to do is use a solid background instead of the translucent green background or the snow gif background image that I've used already. But there are at least two good reasons why adapting my code probably isn't going to work for you...

  • Winner of the 2016 Presidential Election

    The border grows when I zoom in with my phone, so if you get close enough for the text to be legible, the viewable area between borders shrinks away to nothing. I figured out that it doesn't resize the overlay until you release the pinch gesture, so I was able to read outside the edges.


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