I googled it and got this url . . .I simply asked a question, I received a reply of a term I am not familiar with from the forum. Which is WTF. I asked what does that mean and how it applies to my post. I wish that person to answer.
Wow. My apologies for causing such an uproar. But for someone who was ripping on us for not staying "with the times" I thought your comment and confusion was bit "behind the times" and so was just going to let it pass. For someone who jumped into a discussion thread very rude and and not contributing anything helpful, you amaze me. I was not sure if you we're joking and decided that no one could be that rude and off topic intentionally, so I assumed you must be joking and responded in kind. The reason I did not type it out is because "my generation" looks at the abbreviation as an exclamation of surprise and jokingly prodding a foolish friend. Completely separate from the meaning of actually typing it out. Basically, along the same lines as OMG and LOL. It is the age we are in. Would I use it in professional company or dealing with a customer? Of course not! In an informal forum discussion where we are all (I should hope) grown adults. And as such can have adult conversations with adult context? I shouldn't think it should cause this much uproar.OK I found out what WTF means. Why did the user not type out what it fully means?
Instead of the way she did it? If you wish to express an opinion like WTF just type it out and show me what it means please, instead of your posts that try to criticize me for not knowing.
If I was paying a web designer $10,000 and they said WTF to me, They would be fired on the spot. Chances are your work level is on par with your replies. LOW
True! Although, are they any more arrogant than Adobe ATM?Well you are still going to need Photoshop, Illustrator, and Acrobat and then buy Quark...so you are going to spend more on all of that than if you subscribed to the CC in the first place. And you are then going to have to deal with 100 character validation codes that don't work and deal with the arrogance that is Quark the company.
Probably not but but unless Quark can now create vector files, edit photos, and edit PDFs it's really not an alternative to Creative Suite. Yes it could be an alternative to InDesign but you still need the other tools.True! Although, are they any more arrogant than Adobe ATM?
It's not a matter of not wishing to grow. Money or lack thereof can keep a lot of people from growing. It's also a matter of how each "update" may potentially cause a snag in workflow, plug-in or output device.The new Adobe cloud is great. Typical haters are the Offset VS Digital people.
Embrace it guys, there are more tools in there to grow your biZ than you may have clue about!
I am an offset print lover, not that digital BS, But I use it to learn how powerful it is.
It may all point to Digital Print now and who has the best/latest output device. Why do you people not wish to grow?
But my Windows phone is all I need, Wake up and use the Adobe Cloud.
It might just be able to do some of those things. It looks like they have made MAJOR tweaks under the hood. Also, with Quark, and customers sending PDFs, I could postpone upgrading for much longer. All my computers are CS6, and with PitStop Pro we can make most edits and changes to supplied PDFs. It is an option. Not necessarily a long-term solution, but an option to bide time and see if something else steps in, or if Adobe pulls their collective heads out of their as*es. Maybe. Or we're all just screwed. but I really don't like that last option. that's really going to put a huge strain on an already struggling industry.Probably not but but unless Quark can now create vector files, edit photos, and edit PDFs it's really not an alternative to Creative Suite. Yes it could be an alternative to InDesign but you still need the other tools.
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