|[Web] AmigaOS4.0 to support twenty languages||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 06-Jul-2003 14:54 GMT by Mike Bouma||111 comments|
Within the Fleecy's 14th Q&A Session, default OS4 support for twenty languages have been confirmed. Support for more languages may be added.
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|AmigaOS4.0 to support twenty languages : Comment 96 of 111||ANN.lu|
|Posted by smithy on 07-Jul-2003 16:33 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 63 (DaveP):|
>I just consider it a boring waste of
Obviously it's a sore point with you.. I would just ignore boring waste of times, rather than get very defensive about them.
>It seems to me that certain rabidly anti-Amiga Inc continually ask the
>same mantra of questions,
This mantra of questions have never been answered. If they had been, the same questions wouldn't have to be re-asked. Perhaps you should be complaining about the silence from a certain party over these issues, instead of following the classic troll tactic : questioning the right to debate something, rather than debating it to distract from a topic the troll finds inconvenient. We don't any trolls here.
>although you saved yourself by not harping on about
Well this question has been answered... "real soon now", was it?
>If you had asked this catalogue of questions on any technical forum user site
>to which you had frequented long enough to know better you would have got the
>same kind of curt response.
Of course I would, but this isn't a technical forum. I've asked a reasonable set of questions and you are questioning my right to ask them. Could it be you fear the truth?
>If you really wanted to ask those questions you would have registered on
>AmigaWorld.net ( or even read through the back catalogue of Q+A to find out
>which ones have already been asked and, err some have ) and put them yourself.
No questions of any substance have been answered.
>However, given you question the veracity of the answerer ( Fleecy ) then you
>need to put those questions to someone whom you actually believe otherwise you
>are just wasting time and bandwidth.
That's the problem, I wouldn't believe anything any of them had to say. I remember the infamous "November incident", where in November 2001 where OS4 was supposed to be displayed at WOA-UK, it turned out that no work had been done on it for months... and in that interim period, after work had stopped and before the show, at least one interview I read from an Amiga Inc staffperson promised it was all going according to schedule! There are other cases that some have mentioned in this thread about contradictions between verified events and Amiga Inc's spin on them....
>So find someone whom you trust, go fire the questions at them, get the answers
I'll believe the court documents when I see them.
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