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Sharking 10 years, 5 months ago #2033

  • thesiredric
Hey Guys.

Not a showstopper at all, but still...
When "sharking" an element (like e.g. an edit...see my previous post...),
the cute shark takes way too long to return to it's original position.
(At least on my XP system, haven't tried on W7 yet).

Please speed that guy up...

Cheers.

Eric.

Sharking 10 years, 5 months ago #2037

  • sterovetta
thesiredric wrote:

the cute shark takes way too long to return to it's original position.


I noticed the same; however you still can take the shark again on the fly, so if you need it soon after your first "sharking" it is already in the vicinity of the mouse pointer and it is much faster to reach it again. A higher speed would make this more difficult.

So it may be by design.

A feature request (and there is an appropriate forum section for this) could be to make the speed of the shark customizable, but maybe this is already possible.

Sharking 10 years, 5 months ago #2039

  • Hammerhead
If you prod a swimming shark, it will swim faster. It's best to do this with a shark that hasn't eaten anything..

Sharking 10 years, 5 months ago #2041

  • thesiredric
LOL...

Thanks for the reply.

I tried to prod him, but whether he has eaten anything or not, he doesn't seem to care...

Cheers.

Eric.
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Sharking 10 years, 5 months ago #2052

  • sterovetta
Hammerhead wrote:
If you prod a swimming shark, it will swim faster. It's best to do this with a shark that hasn't eaten anything..


This is the kind of reason why I like this UI

Sharking 10 years, 5 months ago #2066

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Double left clicking the shark should speed it up.

Sharking 10 years, 5 months ago #2087

  • thesiredric
Oh well....I guess I'm too old (or too slow for that).

Or to put it the other way round the shark is too fast to hit him with a double click
*without* the chance to 'shark' any underlying interface modules...

Or maybe it's my Wacom..:

Cheers.

Eric.

Sharking 10 years, 5 months ago #2090

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Same here. Please slow down the shark so I might hit it

No, seriously, love the shark.

Sharking 10 years, 5 months ago #2207

  • Snu
ya know, this various talk of sharks keeps making me think of: tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/JumpingTheShark
especially 'sharking' heh
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