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on ‎02-23-2012 09:13 AM

Sadly, software companies never make this kind of stuff publicly available ... also sadly, they know that adding little functions that no-one wants or will use produce better press releases than actually fixing parts of the product that would benefit most of their user base.


Mike Lazarus
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on ‎02-23-2012 10:00 AM


While I can, perhaps, understand not having a list publicly available, it sure would be nice to know to know that a reported problem is being addressed.  Unfortunately, I agree with your other comments...flashy function  vs. customer need & want. 


I think a lot of companies nowadays are going the way of Toyota -- who grew big & sloppy and lost sight of product quality and their customers.  I wish companies would return to their roots & look at what made them successful & continue it...


Ah well...guess we can't change the world.