it took 10 months of "ya, it might be fixed sometime soon" and the arrival of live7 to discover that actually "no, it's not going to be fixed" ...and then I went public.
There was no way a refund was the suitable outcome for that situation, what kind of deluded nut are you ? I might
have taken a refund if they offered to me 10 months previously, certainly that would be the reasonable time to offer it. Besides I have invested time and many projects with live, there's no reason on earth I or anyone else should STFU if they come across a bug that shouldn't be there and it busts there workflow...no matter how amateur they are, or in my case the bug didn't bust more workflow as much as it bust my pocket. I can't believe you're even arguing this with me, it's an open & shut case and I barely made a peep for the whole year it transpired.
That's the picture of reason & rational right there. Like I said, someone who doesn't have an emotional attachment to their software or the companies that sell it won't have much difficulty seeing it my way.
I hope they do hate me, now that you mention it
anyways, here's an example of your stupidity and willful hypocrisy. I say no one will really care if hambone's HD was to be stolen, to which I get this in reply:
If someone such as bOunce (surprise) thinks it's funny to have your hard drive or any other musical gear stolen than it's clear to me that he hasn't a shred of musical cred nor a friend in the world.
OK, Timbaland and Lars Ulrich are one thing but poking fun at Matt Dear or someone like a casual Ableton user and wishing "your hard drive gets stolen" is troll baiting at it's finest.
hambone's HD to be robbed, and possibly a beating too! and thewank is down with it.
I can only hope you're robbed (and possibly beaten as well) so we can all blame you for not being more alert to your surroundings or something.
inconsistent cunt is inconsistent