Sasquatch wrote:We don't force people to use VB. Each has his/her own choice and preference.
No, I'm not a developper, but I am a volunteer here. I try my best to make this forum better by helping others and encourage some suggestions.lama wrote:Sasquatch wrote:We don't force people to use VB. Each has his/her own choice and preference.
That wasn't very nice, this was suppose to be a suggestion thread! If this is the type of response expected after suggestion, it is wise enough for admins to close the suggestions thread once and for all, that way people will get your message (by default).
What were you thinking? to insult all people who suggest something new? or perhaps you just wanted to tell "Shut the *** up and don't come back?"
When anyone compares virtual apps, they eventually want to improve. Flattery is not always a nice way to improve something
I don't think I should post any more suggestions what's the point? No developer reads it, only ranters read and rant non-sense When users setup the networking using complex method, it counts as "9000 Users struggled" and "9 Developer enjoyed", but when a developer sets up proper networking, it counts as "9 developers struggled" and "9000 users enjoyed". Are we forging the ratio here? because this is what it sounds like, F*** off and use MS-VPC "We don't force people to use VB"
Sasquatch, I hope you're not one of the developer otherwise VBox is doomed
I guess only Sun Microsystems should be allowed to post that way you guys will behave...
Sasquatch wrote:No, I'm not a developper, but I am a volunteer here. I try my best to make this forum better by helping others and encourage some suggestions.
I might have sounded harsh, but the idea is really great. It should solve the issue with wireless and bridging too.
Please, don't get me wrong, I will never try to prevent a good idea (or bad) to be discussed and understood by the developpers. I'm a normal human being too, with it's ups and downs every now and then, and it just happened to be a down moment at the point of the posts. My apologies.
Technologov wrote:Developers look over here rarely. They havge plenty of job.
You can add comments to my feature request, or open a new one.
But since I already discussed with them about all the issues, I strongly recommend you to read my feature-request before you submit any such thing.
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