Re: Why isn’t there a browse mode for windows desktop apps?
Damien Garwood <damien@...>
Hi Joseph,toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I guess it depends what is meant by "desktop apps". Apps like GoldWave and Reaper that don't contain any kind of web-based element, I would totally agree. But I think I can see the slight issue with such as settings screens like windows security and windows update that contain hyperlinks but don't seem to have a browse mode to view the context in which those links are presented. I've often clicked on a link thinking that's the way to change a setting when actually it's nothing more than a link leading to some kind of help resource.
On 30/08/2020 10:08 pm, Joseph Lee wrote: