Ableton's childish UI really cracks me up

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Ableton's childish UI really cracks me up

Post by Squigglefunk UK » Fri Jul 30, 2004 12:19 pm

Kinda reminds me of that game "LegoLand". Gentle little pastel colors, non-standard windows controls for combos and drop-downs, etc. Sorta makes you think it was designed for gays. In fact, it's perfect for gays. :lol:

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Post by Guest » Fri Jul 30, 2004 12:24 pm

you just won the price for the most stupid post in the history of
this forum!
not an easy thing to achieve, but you definitely did it!
wow!
how smart is that!

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Post by nz » Fri Jul 30, 2004 12:29 pm

I can't believe they haven't pulled these posts yet...

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Post by Jajah » Fri Jul 30, 2004 1:16 pm

I can't believe they haven't pulled these posts yet...
OMG nooooo! that´s so much fun!

Squirmlefuck, please look closer at your beloved cracked DAW... HELL! you must be gay too (not a problem for me, peace to all genres), coz picklists aren´t standard there either. At least ours have nice, very useful lil bargraphs. Jalous? BTW, you are so stupid that I bet you can´t tell the difference between a drop down list and a combo box, can you?

Jajah

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i like gay...

Post by annadyne » Fri Jul 30, 2004 2:48 pm

liebe piggle-butt.

i hope you're not gay because i like gay colors - they make the world a brighter, fuzzier place to be--- and i'm not falling for your i'm-bored-so-i'll-see-who-i-can-offend-for-the-minute rhetoric...

can't get that teeny-weeny up anymore, can ya? musically or otherwise...

elizabeth
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usa
(re-defeat bush)

:lol:

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Post by Guest » Fri Jul 30, 2004 2:56 pm

people that reply to these posts aren't funny, whereas the original post is quite sharp - well calculated to press all the buttons of the myriad uptight nerds in here

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Post by annadyne » Fri Jul 30, 2004 3:01 pm

oooohhhh aren't YOU a smarty-pants tooo...

well that fact that YOU bothered to post a post on how much us other posters are posting..... makes YOU one of us! any ableton users who also ride horses english-style can be accused of posting as well...


why doncha check out piggle-bunk classical ham-strings?

elizabeth - annadyne - nerd and uselesssss un-real musician and poster foreverrrrrrrrrrr

:lol:

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Post by ryst » Fri Jul 30, 2004 3:04 pm

This is a perfect example as to why I am starting my own forum for Ableton Live users. The ignorance here is rediculous.

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ryst - listen uppp...

Post by annadyne » Fri Jul 30, 2004 5:21 pm

liebe ryst.... (finger waggling)

listen up.....

if the ableton forum was simply all dog-bone-dry info and had no interesting or amusing or even occasionally rankling posts it wouldn't be nearly as fun and unique as it is.

surely when you see a subject line containing something that sounds silly or offending, you have the choice to simply NOT read it.

why didn't you?

FTR after 2 days of agonizing testing, and thinking i would NOT be able to upgrade to L4, i finally arrived at my own solution to my freeze prob w/ L4.0.1 and created a useful post and sent my detailed findings to tech support.

why can't the ableton forum contain a variety of speeches? most pipples can tell by the subject line whether or not a post will be helpful to them WHEN THEY NEED HELPFUL INFO.

sometimes i like the offbeat stuff after completing a bunch of REM depriving projects... like i just did this week.... 15-min. film score, completed editing 1.5 hours video for client, and finished implementation of a shopping cart for personal website.... (www.videostudyhall.com)...
after all that hell and striving to get L4 to work... i NEED a break.. fortunately... i don't have to leave the ableton forum. i get news, humor, hacks, info and much more.


good luck with your ableton forum.... hope it's as much fun as this one is.

cheers,
annadyne - elizabeth
:wink:

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p.s.s.t.

Post by annadyne » Fri Jul 30, 2004 5:26 pm

"This is a perfect example as to why I am starting my own forum for Ableton Live users. The ignorance here is rediculous."

not only is the ignorance here rEdiculous but so is the one who points that out and yet mispells rIduculous.....

annadyne-elizabeth
secret orange star]
usa


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Post by Lucid » Fri Jul 30, 2004 5:32 pm

I love legos

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Post by DjDEMO » Fri Jul 30, 2004 8:01 pm

Ummm...Annadyne, its rIdIculous. Lol.

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Post by deeplfo » Fri Jul 30, 2004 9:15 pm

I bet the only reason these posts are not being locked down is because everyone at Ableton is on the floor laughing their heads off :-) If they are not, they should be.

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hahaahhh yoo sew wright -

Post by annadyne » Fri Jul 30, 2004 10:11 pm

DJ -

hahaha you are SOOOOO right. thanks for the good poke. glad ya had a good laugh at me bum typosss... i had a good chuckle when i read your post

re-dikkle-us - could replace the word in that duran duran song - notorious.....


love and cheers,
annadyne-elizabeth - clumBsy typerette :lol:

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Post by MrYellow » Fri Jul 30, 2004 10:18 pm

if the ableton forum was simply all dog-bone-dry info and had no interesting or amusing or even occasionally rankling posts it wouldn't be nearly as fun and unique as it is.
I'm in the adult industry, the whole thing runs on forums.

Trust me, it turns to shit.

There are places for webmasters in my industry with 40,000 page views
and hundreds of posts a day. Then there are places with 500 posts a
month. The lower volume higher content ones win out all the time for
usefullness. Eventually the trolls drown out the content and all the good
people leave.

-Ben

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