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Unfortunately, there's one thing I can't blame winio for, and that's the 191 lines of reply to you that simply vanished because I dared to use the COMCTL32 Save window (it's not a dialog), which crashed notepad++ simply because I wanted to save what I had already written (I could still see the window, behind the "Notepad++ has crashed" notification, so I know it was 191 lines) (google the problem, and just imagine my anger at having lost so much time because of a @#$%^&* OS error).
That problem has existed since weven, and it's a pretty fruggin' major problem, but adding baby blocks and spyware were obviously more important to MS than fixing major problems for their users.
I'll go through it all again when my blood pressure drops below volcanic.
I wanna be a eunuchs developer! Pass me a bread knife!
David Bradley was the guy that wrote the original code for CTRL-ALT_DEL to reboot the IBM PC. During a 20 year PC anniversary event Bradley and Bill Gates were both on stage as part of a panel discussion when the topic of the keys came up.
"I may have invented it, but Bill made it famous." ~ David Bradley (IBM retired)
Gates didn't laugh.
That's what I do. I drink, and I know things. ~ Tyrion Lannister