Fitts’ Law vs. Apple on Windows, continued, again

Two years ago I wrote about Fitts’ Law vs. iTunes/Safari describing the lack of the upperleft and upperright pixels in the Windows distribution of Safari. The lack of those two pixels resulted in some really odd behavior (the upper right corner for example didn’t trigger the close button, as you clicked *through it*, hitting the close button of the application underneath). Luckely Apple soon set things straight and fixed the issues mentioned.

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