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Old 02-04-2011, 04:32 AM   #16
Sergei Steshenko
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Originally Posted by Kebman View Post
Sergei, When people get pissed off by your posts or the way you act, do you really think your advice is wanted? If you stopped being so rude and condescending, I might choose to listen to you. Heck, if you just bothered to answer the questions plain and simple, instead of complaining about my mental abilities, when it's obviously you who's lacking in mental abilities for explaining things in an understandable and polite fashion, then I might listen to you. However as it is, I choose to ignore you.
If you just bothered to first read the documentation at hand. I.e. you are doing the following:
  1. effectively declare you won't make even a minimum decency effort to read and learn;
  2. instead you ask those who did bother to read an learn.

Alas, I had a very unpleasant experience of working with people like you - a big pain from neck to lower back.

Regarding mental abilities - do you understand RTFM, i.e. "Read The Fine Manual" ? If not, programming is not for you, if yes, why haven't you read it ?


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