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I hear your frustration, Canonymous. I share it. Unfortunately, when a company makes a practice of dumping additional layers of buggy, untested, code on top of previous layers, they build a landfill of GIGO. With each added layer, the time required to dig down to find the root cause of a specific problem increases. And I think a lot of us have developed opinions about where paying someone to spend their time doing that rates on the Ganz priority list.
So...since I am working very hard at maintaining a postive attitude, I am focusing on something that, at least, might help keep the top layers a little more "clean fill" and less GIGO. Working from the premise that someone at Ganz is supposed to be checking the supporting threads for glitch reports, the logical assumption (as much as I hate making assumptions) is that person is someone who is capable of understanding and applying what they're reading. If they are allowed the time to correct smaller, new problems, then there's one less time consuming layer of problems to make the digging to correct the old ones more time consuming and, hence, less economically appealing.
But as I said...this is just a suggestion. If WI management doesn't think it would be helpful...that's fine.
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