Originally Posted by sremick
Just some feedback: not really accurate to refer to what you're doing in that video as going to "high resolution" or increasing the resolution. That's really misleading and is going to confuse users (not to mention that it corrupts the true definition of the term which is frustrating to us IT support people... like users who call their hard drive "RAM"). The resolution doesn't change. You're just zooming out.
I responded to this on the YouTube comments. I made attempts to say look and feel after anytime I said resolution. I realize a couple of times I said it was the definition or high resolution. I was merely trying to simplify the words I was using and threw that in on the fly. I understand what is going on in reality. Thanks for your info though...
. I see by your sig you are quite the grammar/technical writing/speaking nazi...
FWIW I'm a Systems Administrator for a local company in Central Texas and I too have pet peeves for people incorrectly defining things. Just last week I had an employee send a COMPANY WIDE email recommending users upgrade an entire service pack for a certain symptom. The symptom? If your computer is running slow. Every non-it person thinks their pc is slow. Needless to say, it was very frustrating. The user was told to never send employee wide emails regarding his tech tips again.