I want to search 2 (or n) words, taken separately instead of as a single string. Then I want the search to go find all instances of both words separately, and show me results in the order of their distance to one another.
Bonus points for giving me a slider that controls the "viable match distance" threshold.
This would let me search for words that I know are related, but the order and use of punctuation between them is unknown.
I'll have to remember to try to use this AROUND(1) thing when I can.
What on earth kind of spam system marks a random reply in a series of 15 replies as spam. Shouldn't there be some kind of immunity to messages from people you are in the middle of conversing with?
I'm so glad my email does is not subjected to the whims of Outlook or some other corporate/"enterprise"-level spam filterer.
It's faster to download an old version from some other site and then update it than it is to download the newest one from the original site. Yikes.
Applications like that can be a real pain. Even on OS X, they sometimes register as new applications in the system and you get an "Open With" list with 12 VLCs in it :)
Why do I need to see this as soon as I launch Skype, every time.
1: Stop it. It's annoying to be pitched something I clearly don't need and you haven't done enough to make it worthwhile anyway, and so you compensate for this by shoving into my face every launch to try to boost sales (??)
2: "Skype Home" tab is useless anyway. It's a social network for me to know when the same guy went idle over and over again.
3: If Skype Credit was required to properly use Skype, I would understand this "welcome" prompt.
4: Who's decision was it to show this on every launch? I mean, really. Every time?
The OS X version of Skype a while back decided that the sidebar wasn't important, and that it should consist of very little. It'll show recent conversations, or ongoing calls, etc, but that's a lot of wasted space, since it clears every time you start up.
Yeah, you can go die in a fire. Tell me something useful :'(
And a help tip that says, Enables Froofning.
Because the confusing part for me was the functionality of the check box, not what the hell is Froofning.
I'm just going to throw this out:
This should not be the first thing I see when I launch your browser. Your intentions are sweet, but nope. I'm looking at your browser because I'm a picky SOB, not because I have a thing for bad gradients and news tickers.
I'm completely rethinking why I even have Java on this machine/partition.
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