I recently had a need to find an alternative email client on Windows 10. The Mailbird web site is all jazzy and lists many features. Other blog posters also reviewed Mailbird. Short is they claim Mailbird compares favorably with mainline Mail and Calendar.
The missed one huge thing. Nowhere in Mailbird is there a little thing called a CALENDAR. They promised it’s in development. Hah, I’ll be pleasantly surprised when I see a CALENDAR.
There! I wanted to be sure the Internet has someone with integrity to point that out.
It boggles my mind why Google has added a new but unwanted feature that is a default behavior on Chrome browsers. It disrupts the flow of quitting an app that is standard across all Mac applications.
There’s just no benefit to this approach. Even Google has not come up with a reason for this feature. No explanation, scenario, or information of this significant change whatsoever.
Is it an attempt to stiff Apple’s upper lip? If so that’s a really stupid move because the real victims are all Mac Chrome users that are impacted by this new procedure, not Apple. It really feels like an unseasoned developer added this hodgepodge feature, most likely an inexperienced intern.
Mac users are used to simply do Command + Q keypress to quit an app. The point of any GUI is to have a uniform behavior for its apps and OS (which includes window behavior that is now impacted by Google).
If apps start say requiring Command + A through Z to quit, the Mac app ecosystem will be sorely irate.
Thankfully you can go to the Chrome menu and uncheck “Warn Before Quitting” to remove this stupid feature.
If such a stupid feature passes muster by Google’s Product Management team, that really speaks of a low calibre team (please read “low” as stupid).