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I did do some beta testing on a few different versions a couple months ago, and almost *all* of those were way cool, so just about any combination will be good by me.
I tried it for 2 minutes in FireFox 2:
The interface is twice as wide as my browser window, on a 24" monitor, making it unusable. So I have to upgrade my browser? Not everyone likes FireFox 3. Guess I'll have to use Chrome (clever aren't they).
It is slower. Guess I'll have to use Chrome (clever aren't they).
I'm in Australia, but the account is in California time. So when I select "today", I see zeroes. To see "today", I need to select "yesterday". I thought Google would be more globally aware...
In a pop-up window I can see known issues, and I want to tell them about the time problem, and click on the link they provide, the link to tell them about issues with the new interface... and get taken to the standard contact form, with nothing remotely like an appropriate category to choose from. So I close the window and come here!
Even my 17" monitors are 1280x1024.
I would probably move to 1600 at 21"
In any case, I use my MCC for everything so I can't comment on the new outlay. You would think that Google would give us the ability to test this out as we are so important to their overall business.
[edited by: Bob535 at 1:01 am (utc) on April 18, 2009]
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But I work from Australia. I choose today in the new interface, and it shows me data for April 18, a date that is yet to exist on the USA. Consequently all zeroes...
The useless contact link is at the bottom of this page:
(the one within the new interface does work...)
Seriously at this point it is much slower which means it will lower productivity. I am not sure there are any improvements that compensate for that lost productivity, so I hope I am not forced to change until it is as fast as the old one.
One minor question, is there a global setting to prevent graphs from popping up on every page? I hate the added step of dismissing the graph each time I navigate to a new page. I work primarily on a laptop computer with a 15.4 inch monitor and can't afford to lose the screen space
I hate it when I'm waiting for pages, the current interface is a little slow, if I have to switch to an interface thats even slower im going to be pulling my hair out.
The problem is that most developers dont see performance issues on their top of the range boxes with servers sitting next door to them.
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IF they launched that the way it is now and take the other off they are going to have a LOT of really pissed off people, LOL.
[edited by: WiseWebDude at 9:22 pm (utc) on April 20, 2009]