Oh it's Windows! So It'll run my [insert desktop app here]? No? Oh, okay. (confused look)
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Or you could just use their numpad layout minus the crammed in arrow keys and map the down arrow to 5 when in arrow mode instead of (or in addition to) 2 instead of shifting almost every fricken key between modes.
PS: Those editing/navigation keys have standard positions on the numpad too. And they've been there even longer than the AT-style keyboard.
What doth y'all think? I think it looks sweet. It's the kind of thing they should have done from the start (pun intended) IMHO.
PS: And Modern apps running in windows!
@DCMonkey: It seems that the post is indicating that it is better not to have the warnings than to have potentially poor implementations of the warnings, which might lead folks to think their code is fine when it isn't.
Great... I'm down with this, it makes sense.
Except one part: the compiler still accepts the switch! So now you think you have at least a mostly-working implementation of the warnings, but in reality there are no warnings!
Well, the post stated they would eventually remove the option, but I don't know if they ever did. In any case, I forgot that Apple uses the clang compiler front end these days so I don't think that post applies in this case after all.