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« Reply #15 on: October 16, 2013, 04:23:16 PM »

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Even Windows Explorer has similar issues with selecting partially visible items and it has other issues as well like when you select/do something that takes a few seconds to complete, sometimes Windows Explorer thinks you still have the left mouse button pressed and when you scroll over the list it selects every item under the mouse as you scroll even though no buttons are pressed.  You have to click and release the left mouse button to get it to stop selecting.  I see that one all the time even on Windows 8!  I guess it's a glitch Microsoft never thought big enough to address but I'll see what I can do.  Wink

Mike

Thanks for the speedy fix Mike.
I personally know how many hours you spent to repair this somewhat trivial issue, especially making it work properly regardless of the font size or screen resolution of the user.
It amazes me though that people can spend 5 days complaining, and can't find 5 minutes to say thank you!

Thanks Mike, from those that appreciate!

Fred
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« Reply #16 on: October 16, 2013, 04:43:54 PM »

Fred,

I commented on this thread, so by association your comment was directed to me which I find rather rude. I say thank you by my continued payment of my subscription fee. Maybe give people some time to realize it's been fixed? 

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Even Windows Explorer has similar issues with selecting partially visible items and it has other issues as well like when you select/do something that takes a few seconds to complete, sometimes Windows Explorer thinks you still have the left mouse button pressed and when you scroll over the list it selects every item under the mouse as you scroll even though no buttons are pressed.  You have to click and release the left mouse button to get it to stop selecting.  I see that one all the time even on Windows 8!  I guess it's a glitch Microsoft never thought big enough to address but I'll see what I can do.  Wink

Mike

Thanks for the speedy fix Mike.
I personally know how many hours you spent to repair this somewhat trivial issue, especially making it work properly regardless of the font size or screen resolution of the user.
It amazes me though that people can spend 5 days complaining, and can't find 5 minutes to say thank you!

Thanks Mike, from those that appreciate!

Fred

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« Reply #17 on: October 16, 2013, 04:59:52 PM »

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I commented on this thread, so by association your comment was directed to me which I find rather rude. I say thank you by my continued payment of my subscription fee. Maybe give people some time to realize it's been fixed? 

I'm glad you find it rude. Then I made my point.

Let me ask a few questions, mainly because I want to see what you believe is expected.

1) When exiting a taxi, do you tip the driver?
2) When shown to your seat in Church, a theater, a ball park, do you say thank you?

Why? It's their job, and you said thank you by attending, or paying the meter?

3) How about asking a police officer for directions? Your taxes pay his salary.... no need to say thank you?
4) How about a waiter or waitress bringing you extra cream or butter? No need to say thank you; that's her job?

I could make a list of 100 examples.... if none of the above deserves a thank you, then I feel sorry for you.

By the way.... end of discussion for me.

Fred
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« Reply #18 on: October 16, 2013, 05:34:18 PM »

Your rude comment was based on customers not responding to a fix in time frame that you feel is appropriate. Ever think people have other things to do than hover around the forum waiting for a fix to come out? When they don't, you call them complainers.

I have an android phone, and it pushes out bug fixes daily. According you your standards, If I don't respond by saying thank you to each and everyone of them within a day of the update that I am in inconsiderate s.o.b?

Don't need you to feel sorry for me, I'm doing just fine. 
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