Maybe “no” to this question could be the right answer, if it leads to a better question. I wasn’t joking when I said it is good to question the status quo. You found something that bothered you and it’s certainly worth thinking about that question, if there is a better way.
It’s always good to question the status quo!
However, there are a number of issues with this idea.
The first problem is that it enters the third abstraction layer in ther interaction between human and application. The first layer of abstraction is to recognise and interact with the object, the…