On 06/10/2012 03:55 PM, Richard Chonak wrote:
> On 06/10/2012 03:25 AM, scribus.info wrote:
>> On 9 Jun 2012, at 14:55, Alexandre
>> Prokoudine<alexandre.prokoudine@gmai...> wrote:
>>> On Sat, Jun 9, 2012 at 4:33 PM, Gregory Pittman wrote:
>>>> So this is not going to meet some high standards of
>>>> publishing or design or whatever other irritation that it
>>>> induces in Prokoudine or others.
>>> Do you really think that overreacting to my comments is a good
>>> strategy? Well, good luck then.
>> Maybe you could tone down your comments... They almost always
>> come over as commands or imperatives rather than useful friendly
>> comments... And you overreact almost all the time.
> And I thought Greg's comment (quoted above) was unnecessarily
> personal. Perhaps this just shows how different people can
> interpret the "tone" of typed internet comments differently: a
> perennial problem. Best wishes to all.
We can choose to ignore someone who's becoming a bit aggressive, or we
can try to find a way to put a mirror in their face. I thought my
response was decidedly muted compared to the initial post which verged
on being something of a snobbish rant.
I have never presented myself as someone who is an expert in DTP,
Scribus in particular, graphical design or any related areas. I'm just
trying to help where I can, and I confess to a certain amount of
willingness to fail, or present material in a clumsy way. How else do