remko at el-tramo.be
Fri Feb 12 04:52:05 CST 2010
> A simple list of client names. Next to each name, icons for each platform
> the client runs on.
That's the way around. Users don't browse through client lists and
then check what platform it runs on. Instead, they have a platform and
need to see what clients run on it.
I'm with Justin on not putting clients in a cross-platform section,
not only because users don't look up clients that way, but also
because it's not clear what that means (is supporting 3 platforms
enough? how about 2?)
If a client is cross-platform, list it in every platform it is
supported on, and optionally add something like "(see also: Windows,
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