Dear Mr. Microsoft,
I have a few gripes:
- Outlook sucks. If I click "Reply", but then decide not to reply and close the window, it still marks the message as being replied to. That's stupid.
Also in Outlook, when I am composing a new message you like to save my drafts in the Inbox, even though there is a beautifully labeled (and empty) "Drafts" folder right next to it. That's just bad form, good buddy.Thanks Matt!
- Why, for the sake of sweaty donkey balls, does Windows limit the total path length of every file on my computer to 256 characters. What the hell is wrong with you Windows?
- Explorer doesn't allow me to create/rename files that begin with a period. I can think of numerous programs that use this naming convention (".project", ".cvsignore", ".classpath", etc). However, when I ask Explorer to create or rename a file to begin with a period it tells me: "You must type a file name." Well I did, dumbass. The file name is ".project". Just because it starts with a period doesn't make it an invalid file name. Even your sorry excuse for a command prompt allows me to create/rename files that begin with a period. Stop being such a douche, Explorer.
- Hey Explorer, I'm not done with you yet! How about when I am renaming a file and accidentally make a mistake (such as including an invalid character or typing the same name as an existing file). Do you keep what I have entered so far and allow me to fix my error? Oh no, my friend. You declare that if a single character was mistyped then ALL of my changes must be erased and forgotten. Yeah, good decision there chief.
- And finally I come to cornbread. Ain't nothing wrong with that.