lucas at assimilateinc.com
Fri Oct 24 20:52:00 BST 2008
I get that, and the fact that it didn't "feel" right to you is totally cool
and understandable. I've shown SCRATCH to an awful lot of skilled colorists.
Some of them love it instantly and think, "Why can't everything be like
this!" And some of them can't wait to close the door after I leave so they
can snicker and guffaw without being rude.
I just wanted to be clear about how the product operates - which is not
LA, CA, USA
From: Stu Maschwitz
Sent: Friday, October 24, 2008 8:36 AM
That's all true, but that's not the same thing as the order of operations
being intuitively at first glance of the control layout, or in keeping with
generally accepted standards, or to my highly-subjective liking. Sorry if I
didn't make that distinction clear. Ultimately it was the *feel* of these
systems that I was basing my decision on, and personally I don't like the
feel of Scratch's color controls. I don't mind saying that in a public
forum because a) it's just my opinion and who the hell am I, and b) I have
told you this privately on numerous occasions, and even put some effort into
explaining why I think it might be the case.
I don't like the feel of driving a Mercedes either, but that's not the same
thing as me saying they're not good cars. That's the case here as well, I
think Scratch is a great product. It just didn't wind up
being for me.
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