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  • I wanted to skip to a certain time in this video embedded in an Ars Technica article, but had some trouble doing so.



    [url]http://arstechnica.com/apple/reviews/2011/07/mac-os-x-10-7.ars/4#window-resizing[/url]


    [img]http://img684.imageshack.us/img684/120/arse.png[/img]



    (Funny note, I named the file ars.png, but imageshack turned it into arse.png)



  • I didn't get a window. :(



  • @blakeyrat said:

    I didn't get a window. :(
     

    All I got was a freaking bubble tooltip. I feel used.



  • @pbean said:

    I wanted to skip to a certain time in this video embedded in an Ars Technica article, but had some trouble doing so.



    http://arstechnica.com/apple/reviews/2011/07/mac-os-x-10-7.ars/4#window-resizing
    Worked OK for me.

    TRWTF is the new window animation used in OSX Lion. @Ars Technica said:

    "It's conceivable that this animation could delight some users, but I
    have a hard time believing that the enjoyment will last much past the
    first week. (Interestingly, this animation does not play in reverse
    when a window is closed. This, perversely, makes window closing feel
    faster than window opening in Lion.)

    ....  I look forward to discovering a way to disable it."

    Discovering a way to disable it?  Discovering?  Really?  WTF?   Sure, Windows has a lot of annoying animations by default and your grandmother probably has no idea how to turn them off, but I would expect someone doing softare reviews for a well known website to be a little more knowkedgable about this sort thing.  Which leads me to  believe that turning off these animations must be really non-obvious (or non-possible).

     



  • The video works fine for me as well now. Maybe it was becuase I used Linux at work, or perhaps they have fixed it in the mean time.


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