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I must admit, however, that it makes me angry when I've been following
nightly changes to the software and staying up to date with all the small
changes thus required in my files, when all of a sudden there is a complete
change to the interface and nobody warned me it was coming, even though I've
religiously attended developer and pubs meetings.
Los Trancos Systems
Elna, what do you do when that happens? I mean after you've ranted and
raved, and walked around the parking lot about two dozen times?
Once you've cooled off, do you just dig in, reasearch, and revised until the
wee hours? This is a sincere question, and I look forward to your answer.
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