I am always finding that my iTunes window is too big for the laptop screen, since it usually gets resized on the big monitor. So the resize corner is off the bottom of the screen, and somehow I need to get it back.
Every other app I know lets you hit the zoom button (the green +) to get an (possibly) ideal size.
Not iTunes – you get a stupid little mini-browser if you do that. So maybe I can get the window to resize by moving the window (as in Safari)? Not a chance.
I finally had to read the Shortcut Keys in Help (if all else fails RTFM). It kindly and politely informs me that I should Option-click to get the normal behaviour.
Type a few characters in the address or Google bar; realise you got the last two wrong so do two backspaces – you might have thought you got back to where you were, but you didn’t or maybe you did!
If it did an autocomplete, then the first backspace cancelled the autocomplete, and the second cancelled one character;
If it did not do an autocomplete, then you lost both characters (probably what you wanted).
This just can’t be right – I have to look at the screen to find out what my typing has done.
The number of times I type a search term and press go, only to look up and see that there is an extra character at the front really pisses me off.
They all do it – nice (possibly) form to fill in on the web, where you put your carefully crafted message to tell them their service was great/crap or simply ask a question.
But the response never, ever, actually includes the message you sent; and because they made you bypass your email system, usually on the grounds of security, you have to keep a copy somewhere else to work out what the hell their response means.
Do any of them actually try being a user of the system, or just watch someone going through the process of communicating with them?
What really pisses me off about these sites such as http://academia.edu/ is that they make it so you have to join before you can search (as Linkedin).
So firstly you actually can’t find out if it is good to join, and secondly it doesn’t function as a way of non-members finding you, even though it fills up the Google search page.