jperryl at ecs.fullerton.edu
Sat Aug 24 12:14:01 CDT 2002
As a newbie (defined as not extensive experience despite having had and
used it periodically for more than a year, possibly two), I have to wonder
if what this will result in will be a convenient means of filtering out
queries people simply don't want to be bothered with but don't want to
look bad by saying so.
I have myself received polite assistance on such stupid questions as "how
the #*^%#! do I get sound into my stack?" -- something which, along with
file types allowed, I could not find in the documentation.
It would be sad, as well as inappropriate, for these requests for
assistance to instead be answered by the friendly folks on the Hypercard
> A 22:11 +0200 le 23/08/02, Ryno a écrit :
> >Somebody recently suggested a special forum for less experienced
> >users of Rev. This list would of course be best, as long as we feel
> >that it is OK to ask basic questions, and knowing that we would not
> >be a bother. Ah, but what if we should offer bad advice to each
> >other? Maybe we could identify our subject line with an asterisk or
> >"novice" or something.
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