I was saved from a similar fate by my daughter casually using that facility in front of me
At least I noticed THAT! Go me!!
(though I'd had the laptop for 6 months without seeing it)
I'd owned this laptop for nearly TWO years before finding the volume control.
I suck at navigating. I've lived in this suburb for nearly 7 years, and this particular house for nearly 2 years. I *still* have to think carefully about how to drive home, and I have occasionally got it wrong.
Anything that's been sitting there for more than about 48 hours becomes invisible, even if I deliberately put it somewhere in the way, like just inside the front door.
yeah... there are times when I'm in a totally unfamiliar town, there's a total deficit of signposts (Nottingham, UK for example), and I just get like a spidey sense and say "it's that way", and it always is. I couldn't explain why I knew it was that way, but I really did know, it wasn't just a guess.
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"When it all comes down to dust
I will kill you if I must
I will help you if I can" - Leonard Cohen
I've heard lots of NTP's say they have good direction, I like to feel like I have a great sense of direction as well.
Maybe it's a visual right vs. left brain thing.
My INTP partner is excellent at navigating - as long as he's outside. If we're inside, like at a mall, he gets way confused.
Him navigating, me driving home after going somewhere new:
Me: "How do I get home? I'm lost."
Him: "Just go back the way you came."
Me: ":steam: If I knew how to do that, I wouldn't have asked."
Other Se-tard moments - my mind tunes out most of the buttons and navigational thingies on websites as irrelevant and useless, and therefore I just don't see most of them. It took me AGES (like, 6 months or so) to work out how to do multiquote because I never ever noticed the button for it. I only realised that such a thing existed when someone mentioned it in a thread, and it still took me ages to find it.