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Authored by: macmath on Dec 20, '04 06:02:05PM

I agree with you too. It as much or more drive space to store someone's whine about the hint as it does to store the hint. It takes just as much or more bandwidth for me to bring the whines to my broswer as it does for me to bring the hint. Etc.

If someone is really so worried about their precious (reading or writing) time, bandwidth, screen space, or about Rob's drive space, then they should ignore the hint and go on to something else.

Now if they're wanting to prove to me that they're a power user by the kinds of hints they can disdain, they'd be better off submitting a power hint. The only thing their disdain shows me is that they have too much time, bandwidth, and screen space on their hands and too little of a life.



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Use Command-S to create Stuffit archives
Authored by: billabOng on Dec 21, '04 11:27:27PM

You may be right about that, but I still regard tips that can be 'discovered' by clicking on a menu as weak.



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No argument with you there.
Authored by: macmath on Dec 22, '04 10:07:55AM

I've no argument with you there. My argument is only with people who go out of their way to spend more time and a similar amount of electrons and bandwidth just to make someone else feel bad and themselves feel superior.



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