Originally Posted by copernicium112
On music also feta? This is the thing that is driving me most crazy because it worked so well before the update. Now it is a disaster. I'm convinced (and I am not really basing this on anything but a gut feeling) that something is up with the indexing/BVC process for me. Something weird like the old index/BVC info not being totally wiped out during the update and then the new info being written over (or partially over) it and confusing the system. I don't know. Something is up here.
Even with music for me it's become better. Occasionally with music it'll still give me a crazy list of completely unrelated songs, but usually it gets it spot on for me.
Originally Posted by estoyloco
I read it just fine... just explain it to me what is the point of changing screens if u never intend to even glance at it?
And guess what I can change screens just fine without looking because the buttons are in the same spot always and it becomes 2nd nature.
The point of changing screens without having to look should explain itself. More time to keep your eyes on the road. Once you've switched to that screen a quick glance to hit the button you need to hit is going to have to happen of course, but that split second that you can keep your eyes forward could make all the difference.
The dodge system looks good to me too, but the quadrant system on MFT is more intuitive to me. Each corner having it's own function and then top middle/bottom middle buttons is a very simple, easy to use setup that should become second nature the first or second time you use it, the most challenging part being to remember what quadrant corresponds with what function. The dodge system on the other hand places them all in a row at the bottom, it's going to take longer to remember just how far to move your finger without real buttons down there, and even then you might hit the wrong one by accident, much less chance of that with MFT with the corner layout.