Re: MadCap Nightmare
Actually, I was brought up with the idea that the customer is always right,
even if he's wrong.
Were you also brought up to believe in Santa? Did you later modify
your belief based on a better handle on a wider reality? I don't mean
to be snarky, however, that's not a very helpful aphorism in this
case, where the customer hasn't apparently contacted the vendor.
All that misses my primary point--how would you respond if someone had
a complaint about something you had developed but didn't approach you
directly, instead posting the problem anonymously to a large
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