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I just tested this bug on this post. This is only true if you are the person who made and deleted the comment. As of writing this post, I see 3 comments (one by minimum_wage, one by mhr, one by myself), when I submit this comment, I will see that there are 4 comments (3 and 1 deleted), however, you should only see 3 total comments.
As you can see from the picture, when I am logged out, I no longer can see that there's a deleted comment.
Edit: I added this bug to my list of bugs (before testing it) then removed it. You may have a notification that I mentioned you in that post, however, this is no longer true.
Do they still appear to be mixed up to you? All the styles are currently working correctly for me.
Thank you for responding. I agree with both of your points, but just for clarity's sake, you consider these to be issues of Windows that aren't just specific to Windows 8, correct?
If so, and I don't mean to be aggressive or rude about this in any way, other than the UI/UX and fact that tablets are becoming more popular than "PCs," what warrants the distinction between W7 being good and W8 being bad (unless it is just the UI/UX and sales performance)?
The second paragraph in the article:
- Industry tracker IDC said that the new Windows 8 operating system had failed to excite buyers, with many operating for tablet computers instead.
I don't think this shows a failure of Windows 8 as much as it shows a consumer base that's more interested in cheaper and more mobile computers that can still meet all their needs (an internet browser). In my opinion, a large number of tech writers who've demoed W8 on non-touch machines disliked the UI and UX so much (for legitimate reasons: too much reliance on touch, advertisements in tiles, unintuitive menu systems) that they've decided the entire operating system is junk.
With that being said, I'd like to know why you consider W8 to be bad (other than the for UI/UX). Personally, I'm not the biggest fan of the Windows operating system and I use it solely for gaming, but my experiences with both W7 and W8 have been generally positive and reliable (save for a few compatibility issues from games made for Vista). Now, don't get me wrong, I downloaded Classic Shell and prevented the W8 start screen from opening unless I choose it to, but once I changed the UI, W8 basically felt like a faster (boot times) version of W7 with a built in ability to refresh the OS.
I get that needing to change the UI/UX is obviously a bad thing, but I just want to know if there are more things contributing to why you consider W8 to be a bad OS.
I think it might have to do with image height. I'm going to create a few images between the height of mine and of yours to see when it will switch.