Subject: Re: AbiWord file association capture - opinions?
From: F J Franklin (F.J.Franklin@sheffield.ac.uk)
Date: Sun Jan 20 2002 - 08:34:33 CST
> And they will be happier if they do not have the machines configuration
> changed when installed a new program. And 90%, I think, don't know what to
> do when it happens. Come on, Alan, we'd enough of M$ behaviour!
My recommendation would be not to use M$, but then I'm biased. (Perhaps
"prejudiced" is a better word.)
> Last week I bought Harry Potter, a game, to my son, 7 years old. When I
> realize he was playng the game. I ask him if he installed the game by
> himself. His reply: "Daddy, you just put cd in the drive and press Enter
> key 2 or 3 times and click in finished button" That's the way people
> thinks, unhappily. But it is.
A truly magical install? Anyway, my recommendation would be not to^H^H^H
> My english is very poor, you know it.
If everyone spoke perfect English the World would be a very boring place
(and possibly a bit smaller). Please stop apologising - you make us (me,
anyway) feel guilty about not being able to speak a word of Portuguese!
> I want to learnig about computers, . So I subscribe the AbiWord list.
Not sure I see the connection...
> I learned a lot here.
... but apparently there is one. You're welcome. :-)
> That's what I think, a AbiWord user. Just a user.
An AbiWord user is never "just" a user.
Francis James Franklin
It's getting them wrong that is living, getting them wrong and wrong and
wrong and then, on careful reconsideration, getting them wrong again.
That's how we know we're alive: we're wrong.
--- Philip Roth
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