i was perusing the forum just looking for some thread topics that might interest me. i came across one where the op was asking for suggestions for a product (trying to leave things vague to protect identities). anyway, people chimed in and gave their input. pretty much after each input from someone, the op would snap back something like: "well this product doesn't support this." or, "yeah, but i'm looking for this and the product you'r suggesting doesn't do it." etc., etc.
what was particularly annoying about the thread was that the op seemed to be (quite) knowledgeable about the very subject he was seeking input on! knowledgeable enough that the op had taken his or her own time to contact reps for each product of interest. this person seemed to be well equipped at finding the necessary information on the internet yet had the audacity to treat those who gave input like they were supposed
to do all the work and research for the op!
that sucks! i'm sorry. it really does! crap like that tends to make me not ever respond to posts like that. and said posts seem to be in the majority with the graphic cards section: "ati or nvidia--help me decide." nope, sorry, no-can-do! do some reading yourself first
, and if you have unanswered questions, post a comment.
i'm all for people seeking suggestions from others but when people reply with their suggestionss, simply thank them for the time they took to respond. no need to snap back with unneccessary quips about the suggestion not meeting your needs and such.