[OS X TeX] Skim 1.4.7 - no help at all from Sourceforge

Vivianne Vilar viviannevilar at gmail.com
Tue Dec 10 03:04:13 CET 2013

But he surely could have said it in a nicer and more informative way.

Vivianne Siqueira Campos Vilar
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On Tue, Dec 10, 2013 at 8:32 AM, Scot Mcphee <scot.mcphee at gmail.com> wrote:

> On 10 December 2013 at 03:07:44 , Richard Seguin (riseguin at earthlink.net<//riseguin at earthlink.net>)
> wrote:
> My feature request was immediately swatted down with this explanation:
> > The fact that it was explicitly removed should tell you that it was
> intentionally removed, and therefore that the removal itself was a feature.
> And as you may see from earlier requests, this for many users is in fact a
> feature. Therefore it should be clear that this request will not be honored.
> If anyone else wants to take a crack at this Kafka-esque bureaucracy and
> logical universe, be my guest …
> That’s not a bureaucracy or anything really to do with sourceforge that’s
> just the developer (and there’s probably only one or two) telling you he
> disagrees with your assessment of the software that he (or she) builds.
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