At 03:52 PM 7/23/2001 -0400, John Brownlow wrote:
>on 7/23/01 11:25 AM, Shough, Dean at email@example.com wrote:
> > I don't think we miss the point, but rather we have different
> priorities. I
> > would love it if VueScan had a better (and more Mac like) interface, but
> > given the choice between improving the guts of VueScan or the interface, I
> > will take the guts anytime. Especially since I can work around the
> > of the interface I don't like. If the raw scan is bad there is no work
> > around. Ed could hire 5 programmers to assist him, spend 6 months getting
> > them up to speed before getting anything useful out of them, and raise the
> > price of VueScan from $40 to $400, but I think it would kill VueScan.
>no honestly this is nuts. If I had a week to spare I could prototype a GUI
>in RealBasic. There's nothing hard about it.
Yeah, and way back when I was using Macs, I could prototype a GUI in
HyperCard real quick, too. However, converting the prototype to actual Mac
code was often a big job--sometimes not even doable at all in any
reasonable time. Repeat after me: a prototype is not real.
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