theswede wrote:kewms wrote:You are not listening.
Just because I disagree does not mean I do not listen and do not understand. I listen and understand perfectly well. I am explaining my side.
To me they are cruft. I want to be able to turn them off. If they are useful to you, then by all means, do not turn them off. But how is it a bad thing for you if I can turn them off?
You are asking for the designer to perform work on his program after he has explained to you why he is not inclined to do that work. In his vision, it is not compatible with the function of the program. You can choose to live with that vision, or you can find some other program. There is no argument and there is no "your" side. Software is not democracy.