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Subject:Re: Crispy around the edges From:"Bonnie Granat" <bgranat -at- granatedit -dot- com> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Mon, 28 Jun 2004 14:33:47 -0400
That's just silly. Anybody using the darn thing will type in the entire
word if "admin" doesn't work. And if they can't, then perhaps they
shouldn't be driving.
jposada -at- comcast -dot- net wrote:
> Hi, guys...something that is now amusing...it wasn't for a coule of
> hours or so.
> I'm working with a group of developers who have been going 6-7 days
> per week for the last several weeks. Tempers are a little tight.
> I get a call from one of the lead developers: "John...we have so many
> things on our plate, we don't need others creating more for us. We're
> testing your help in our application and I tried doing a search for a
> common term and I get no hits."
> So...I now try all the different things I can...launch my version,
> search works fine. Go to the directory where I delivered it to them,
> works fine. Tried in my subdirectory on my VM partition where I have
> a build of the product...works fine. Check his directory
> permission...all ok. For two hours, checking everything, I cannot
> replicate his problem.
> On a lark, I call him up and ask him what term he's searching on.
> I use the term Administrator, I use administration. I even use the
> term "administrate". No place in the document or help do I USE the
> term "admin".
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