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WayTools_Support said:Biblical verse, even. And those Star Wars parodies. The guy can write.
Arkorott - per our earlier reply to you, we’ll post news of several exciting advances on our forum. We hope you like it.
Here, if we post “blue skies are beautiful”, rabid comments will follow.
With every word twisted to spin and thwart, no meaningful conversation flows. By design.
So we’ll let them talk to each other, or themselves, as they please.
And we’ll focus on advancing the good news of our progress.
My, my, there is a lot written here, and i can't read all that. nonetheless, i figure since you're engaging i'll ask publicly why i was banned from the forum the first time, as i said before i'll accept DBK's assessment of my second ban, but it would be nice to have an answer.
thanks, feel free to respond here or by emailing me.
i think people resort to attacks because reasonable questions, and requests have been ignored. and when people get ignored, they get frustrated, frustration leads to anger, anger leads to insults, and insults seem to get a response.
so i'm politely asking WT when will you ship, or give an update, or filling us in on when we will see that code fork sent out to TREG for testing?
WayTools_Support said:Dbk - we don’t doubt he bought one, which is why he hides his identity.
But we do see lots of evidence that he has no interest to use the product. He’s keeps saying we’ve shipped zero, and will never ship any.
A real customer buys it because he wants to use the thing, not as pretext for suits or disparagement.
now i will say that on occasion, WT did apologize, but as they banned detractors, those apologies were no longer forthcoming, and do i think repeated apologies are necessary, yes. i kick you once, and say sorry. i kick you again, my response shouldn't be, i apologized before. miss a deadline, apologize. miss another and another -- more apologies become necessary. and i still think you should put out a t-shirt that says, "I ordered a textblade four years ago, and all i got was this t-shirt, but it's coming... i'm sure of it... one day... someday soon..."
anyone remember the textblade calendar someone made? who would have thought we'd still be waiting in 2019?
also, can a statement become a lie by leaving it out there? and this is a real question, for example if i promise something by June 15th, and on may 25th i realize it's not going to come by June 15th, leaving it out there that it's coming June 15th, does that become a lie as soon as i know it's not coming?
man i didn't mean for this to become so verbose... anyway, hope i get my tb soon, really still do want to be that mobile, but at this rate it may no longer be compatible with my iPad mini2.