Re: [NTS] Re: [Clip] Hope this is the correct board...Need help Please...
- Hi Eric,
Since this is the notetab scripts list I figure it's pretty sturdy and
can handle an off topic post.
I wrote back too (however your email address rejected me in my attempt
for a private direct communication) and suggested that you might better
have let the water roll off your back. Rudi has apologized, but I
understand he was frustrated. He probably over-reacted [here I inserted
a movie reference] but I also get what he was saying. He had a belief
that the product would do what he wanted, but needed to know before
purchasing the pro version.
Notetab is the BEST software thing that has ever happened to me.
JingProject.com is a close second I'll say. In any event, I agree with
Sheri's assessment of how to better handle such an inquiry in the future.
If it makes any of us feel better, Jody occasionally rubbed someone the
wrong way as well ... and we all know how loved he was by our community
... so notetab is alive and well ;-) and Jody isn't forgotten.
Now lets all have a group hug and get back to what we do best,
A huge fan of Fookes,
p.s. I remember how baffled I was by regex for several years -- and here
I solved the issue with regex apparently. Now I still don't get half of
Sheri's and Flo's regex solutions ... but I can sometimes decipher them
in less than an hour now.
> Hi Eric,
> Julian allegedly said:
>>> As explained in our documentation, our customer support service
>>> does not have the time resources to help you develop regular
> --- In email@example.com, Eric Fookes <egroups@...> wrote:
>> Julian is not arrogant! He is following Fookes Software support
>> policies. Here's a quote from our support page:
> I don't think it is productive for Julian to say essentially "we don't have time to help you," which regardless of the accuracy sounds arrogant. I also doubt the exclamation point on your response is going to change the perception. IMO the customer is always right, even if the product is free. :D
> I would suggest customer support respond to similar inquiries with something more like this:
> "While help with scripts and regular expressions is beyond the scope of customer technical support, we have active and helpful user forums".