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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by duelingdragons, Apr 16, 2008.
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how about safaristand?
i seriously don't get why people complain about saft not working every time a new version of safari comes out. saft is a "hack" of safari, allowing it to have features not included. so when a new build comes along, lo and behold, the programmers have to update the hack for the new build. they're usually quick about it, taking only a day or so every time. stop bitching and whining. its like people complaining about how .2 for leopard didn't come on monday..
Duff-Man says...exactly. People that start their moaning and complaining within an hour of an updates release really ought to stop and think for a moment and get a grip on the situation...oh yeah!
Oh jeez, you must forgive me for ASKING A QUESTION.
I wasn't bitching and whining. I was asking a damn question.
Serious business. Calm down.
Duff-Man says...did you read and actually comprehend the responses? If so perhaps you'd see who needs to relax and chill for a bit....oh yeah!
chill bonsai! dude(ette) was just asking!
Get back to pruning that bonsai, defender of the devs. ...and duffman, we love you, but gankin' the person for asking if Saft is out makes you look more like a stressed-out Slurms McKenzie.
Maybe the OP should've just checked the Saft site, or waited for the update email, but geez. IT IS JUST A QUESTION (and I've got no affiliation with the OP, I was just looking around for news about the update).
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The point is the update was released yesterday. How fast do people expect updates to come out? Give them a week or so and I'm sure it will be updated, just don't expect it over night.
The point was not so much the question but the unreasonable expectation.
I love Duff-man
However, there is no rules here against sincere questions, its fine you guys don't like it, just ignore it, there is really no need to bashing people over this.
Here is an idea...
Don't perform software updates until you know for sure that the software you are running is compatible with what you will be updating to. To me that's just common sense, but then again I guess common sense isn't common to everyone.
Just to shut everyone up, it's updated. Good grief.
So I guess if I had waited a week, I would have been six days late. =)
lol @ people freaking out over nothing.