Apple has been, in my opinion, somewhat ignorant to their Mac users.
The all-new Mac OS X Lion brings many features, which is great. But was it necessary to change the gestures?
The new gestures on Lion is really confusing and even there is conflict in gesture setting where I cannot use one gesture if I enable the other. I much prefer Snow Leopard's gestures than Lion. Lion's gesture is not really friendly with hands with disabilities.
1. Now everytime I want to select multiple files on desktop, I had to hard press the trackpad instead of double-tap to drag it.
2. Why enable 'eye-catchy' and normal back/forward navigation at the same time on Safari. Any option to enable just one gesture?
3. I cannot use two-finger swipe left/right navigation in Finder, it's now three-finger (this gesture gets disabled when I enable 3-finger drag)
4. Sometimes Mission Control aligns all the windows to the centre. It piles up so I cannot see what's behind each window. A glitch or what?
5. Graphic glitch in Mission Control when video is playing (A blue selection edge becomes larger than the size of window)
6. Documents stack is defaulted to display its icon as 'Stack' not 'Folder'
7. External disks/drives and network drives are not shown on Desktop by default (forces you to open Finder then select one)
8. Resume feature opens 5+ Pages documents upon launch if I do NOT close each document before exiting the app.
Lion seems it's targeted at novice or first-time Mac user, with intention to make more user-friendly computing experience. I'm not having any user-friendly experience here, instead I'm frustrated. Nice.
I'm going back to Snow Leopard...
Feel free to agree with my frustration and/or criticise.