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Re: An 'ae' testimony

On Wed, May 26, 1999 at 01:31:15PM +0200, Sven LUTHER wrote:
> remove this help stuff, and have just some sort of help binding that will bring
> it up. That would be nicer, and let more space for editign.

That's okay too, as long as it is clearly written (e.g. like in joe,
"Ctrl-K H for help"). OTOH You can turn off the help window with some
key combination on runtime.

> > >         And it _is_ possible for people to get trapped in ae--but people
> > 
> > While this was true for several "broken" releases of ae, this has not been
> > possible for a long time. The reason this missinformation remains in play
> > for so long is that folks continue to use old, broken rescue disks. The
> > current version of ae does not suffer from this problem, and hasn't for
> > some time.
> Sure this happened to me a long time ago, didn't try ae since because of it
> though.

One question: how can you blame ae for not working, when you rely on
outdated information about it?! (today we'd call that plain FUD :)

enJoy -*/\*- http://jagor.srce.hr/~jrodin/

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