I know there are people that really like tutorials for a software. But please don't make me feel stupid.
Ask me on first launch "Do you want to get to know this software?" -> If I opt out, I don't want to see a tutorial of every new feature that I've known and used for several versions; and most of all, that Info button on the top right was very annoying and is in my opinion a useless feature.
In summary: Do not annoy experienced users with babysitting features. Thank you for considering my feedback.
yes, other than that the new version adresses a few issues that were frustrating in the past. So far, working with it was quite enjoyable.
If only it asked right at the beginning "Do you want to see tutorials?" or something like that... It's just the blinking buttons and similar that are very annoying. I am well aware that help and tutorials are useful to have and many users like/need that. Only for experienced users, also e.g. when reinstalling on a new computer, they only slow down the setup. Which is why a simple question that disables all the help-popups, blinking buttons, description boxes etc will help to prevent such frustration.
Although I have to say, there is software that is worse. Your tutorials have, thankfully, a functioning "Leave me alone" function and do not force you to mindlessly click through a batch of totorial windows...
Hope this clarifies!
I only hope that TechSmith listens to how many users reverted back to the version 12 interface. I hope they will make it an option to choose that interface with the Newly added functions.
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