|Re: E vs. EE vs. EEX|
Message #64 Posted by Dieter on 1 June 2011, 9:39 a.m.,
in response to message #60 by Walter B
Hallo, Walter -
I assume this means we will also get rid of the "English-only" XEQ and the EXIT key in favor of more international symbols ?-) And now let's think about STO, RCL, VIEW, SHOW, TIME, MODE, PROB, CONST, CLP, RAN#, GTO, AND, NOT, OR, PSE, ALL, FIX, SCI, ENG, DEG, X.FCN, P.FCN. etc. etc. etc.
CHS is nice for people thinking English, but +/- or Â± is the more international symbol. Sorry folks [;-)
C'mon, Walter - all these keys, including ENTER, are English. I cannot see the point of one more key showing a "more international symbol". Otherwise the EXIT-key should be labelled with the usual icon of an open door. ;-)
Let us have the classic CHS label - the community seems to like it. I am sure you can have your own version with a +/- symbol. ;-)
Regarding the division symbol, I am completely with you. I never understood the usage of this strange "colon and bar" symbol, and on the 35s display (during programming) I often confuse it with the plus sign. So, for me the slash is fine, both in the display and as a key label.