cjordan Posted December 12, 2007 Share Posted December 12, 2007 ... before my topic got locked... for what it's worth here's what I was going to say in my last post in this thread: viewtopic.php?f=12&t=21630, (this was to be my response to david.atwell)... I just finished reading the rules while waiting for a reply (to the topic which is now locked). So this post is probably a no-no (guess I was right, it's since it is now locked). Seems pretty elitist if you ask me, but what do I know? It seems to me they could easily make a section of the forum dedicated to us poor sods who are being left in the dust due to circumstances out of our control. Also, if I could get my boss to upgrade to a more recent version of windows, then I could probably also get him to buy me Photo Shop. That's not intended as a slam on Paint.Net that's just the way it is. I really like PDN. I wonder, what the reasoning is behind not supporting windows 2000. I'm sure it's a good one, I'd just feel better if I knew what it was, rather than the rules just telling me not to ask because it's not going to happen. I *would* understand a nice technical explanation, but whoever wrote the rules just assumes I'm too stupid to understand. Anyway, I'm feeling quite left out now. I'd like to be enjoying all the fun, but I can't and I get smacked down by the lead developer guy just for mentioning it in another post (been smacked down twice now). I'm *not* looking for making any kind of supported archive, I'm just looking for anyone who may have an eight-track tape lying around that I can use with my tired old eight-track player. Well, that was my response. I came to this forum hopeful, that someone could help me, but all I found was middle finger waiting for me (not you david.atwell), and now I've got a sour taste in my mouth for this forum (and perhaps for the project... we'll see how I feel later). I'm sure this topic will be locked as well or perhaps deleted, by some moderator. At this rate that wouldn't surprise me. Thanks for at least trying to help me david.atwell. I hope you don't get in trouble for talking to a second-class PDN user. :wink: Cheers, Chris Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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