Originally Posted by Beryll Snyder
I like the "silly" - now are getting into semantics:
"allowing you to launch and switch between programs using their interface"
- that is exactly what people expect. If I use the device, I want to use their interface - what else?
I am not interested in what is built into Linux if I can't use it or I don't notice it.
This is not a Linux-nerd discussion, this is about using software concerning the reading experience on an e-reader ...
Some people in this thread got a wrong idea of what the programmers had to do to make you do two things at the same time with your device. Since the argument was technical I replied in a technical way (saying things that are clear to the Onyx' programmers, take that for sure), I didn't want to confuse things any further...