... But my OL 6.3 fixfox ESR 10.0.11 seems ok ... so I'm probably just using a downrev firefox.
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... has a topic of Hand exceptions (and has had so for some time ... which is mind boggling.In the guide I'm writing on 1Z0-146, I have taken that to mean various gestures that you can make with your hand that people might take exception to.
NickRobheart wrote:Don't worry about the offence ... its me who is probably more offending the page designer / tester .....
IMHO, the new interface looks fine to me.
May be they have tried to just categorize everything in one single page making it look easy for a person who really wants to do a certification based on his previous relevant experience . No offense
Well true.. ..
.... Oracle is not gonna listen to it anyways ...Actually the indicators are the Oracle Certification Team do listen. Brandye has already commented on this thread. There are numerous examples on this forum of Brandye listening and acting on information on it. The Team no doubt has a lot of other inputs as well ... website developers, oracle upstream management and directives, costs, profits, Pearson VUE, exam developers .... and they will need to prioritize such inputs. And there is no doubt certification exams are used to incentivise candidates into learning and using new features and technologies and this may eventually feedback into increased profits/sales.
and Its nothing much we can do but live with it and yes ctrl+F is there to help but navigating is surely a problem for a new visitor :/It probably doesn;t tend to be so bad. But where I previously might have directed someone to the all exams page and told them to look up 1z0-999 I know probably wouldn't do so as that form of lookup isn't available. ( In fact I am not sure there is any method on the certification website for simply looking up any exam code ..... the two method's I would use are to use ctrl-F on the all exam page or to get to the exam page for any exam then change the last three digits of the URL to the exam page I wanted .... in practice the latter method is the one I usually use when I know the exam code ).
SighThe sky is blue for me.
Brandye Barrington wrote:Thanks for feedback ... initially i think i was particularly upset by a bug in an old browser version i was using ... then i started to examine the page and function in more detail; and i've tried to provide fedback as I've thought about how I was trying to use it. I may not be typical as I use it more than the average user, and in a different way, and also I am really a luddite from the punch card era; so my comments cannot be taken on their own but need to be compared carefully. ( Mind you I have also been complaining about the cloud.oracle.com homepage so I have done enough of that sort of thing for a week).
Just a note on this - it is not likely that this page will be updated in the very near future since it was so recently updated, but I have passed along comments to the designers to consider for the next update project.
We do appreciate all feedback and I do route it to the right people. Comments/feedback don't always result in immediate or direct action, but it definitely gives us another (much appreciated) point of view - it shows us how our customers search in this case.
Please always feel free to provide thoughtful, candid feedback.
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