IE7 has some great strengths, but I've also written why I believe it's losing market share and frustrating for the average user to use… specifically the menu system that spans the far left and far right of the application.
Ua kākau wau IE7 and it's terrible usability ma kahi o ka mahina aku nei. ʻIke ʻia ka Ua noʻonoʻo hou ka hui IE i kā lākou hoʻolālā me ka hoʻokuʻu mālama hou o IE7. E hōʻike paʻamau ʻia ka papa kuhikuhi kahua paʻa.
Before you think I'm patting myself on the back, you should know that I am happy that IE stepped out of the normal boundaries and tried a new user paradigm. My problem is that I'm not sure they ever fully tested that paradigm before releasing it.
I do think it would be an incredible strategy for the team to introduce the ribbon interface and the ‘Office Button' functionality that is, IMHO, kahi kūlana maikaʻi i mua o ka hiki ke hoʻohana ʻia ma Office 2007. ʻAʻole wale ia e hoʻomaikaʻi ai i ka hoʻohana ʻana o ka polokalamu kele pūnaewele, ʻokoʻa ia mai ka hoʻokūkū, hoʻolauna i ka poʻe i ke kuʻina lipine - e loaʻa ana paha i kahi keiki hou aʻe, a lawe ʻia ka huahana Microsoft. hou aku i ka laina me ke koena o ka ʻohana.
ʻOiai, ke manaʻoʻiʻo nei wau ʻo ka polokalamu kele pūnaewele nāna e hehi i ka hoʻokūkū ka mua browser that introduces the most ‘out of the box' user interface components. Me ka ʻole o kahi koina no ka hoʻoiho ʻana, inā hiki iaʻu ke papahana ma kahi datagrid, hoʻoponopono HTML, ʻāpana kalena, hoʻoponopono kiʻi ... me nā tag xhtml kūlohelohe a me nā kaila, e hoʻomohala wau i nā noi no ia polokalamu kele pūnaewele ma mua o nā mea ʻē aʻe!