07-09-2015 08:06 AM
08-09-2015 03:45 PM
Perhaps you are naive...naive enough to think that I would appreciate you telling me I shouldn't want a feature that everyone else has and that I used to have, rather than trying to answer the question of why the feature was removed.
If you asked me where you could get a good burger in the area, and my answer to you was that obesity is a problem in society and you should be eating a salad...would that answer your question? No. Would you appreciate my response? I doubt it. But that wouldn't make me naive, it would make me stupid and arrogant. Just a thought...
Great answer. Drives me crazy, not just on this forum but on many other user forums, when someone asks a question and instead of having it answered, they get a lecture on why the question should not be asked. It's a defensive and arrogant posture which treats any alert to a shortcoming in the subject technology as an attack on the product. In this case, YES, we know SMS is meant for short messages, but if a user wants to send two short words separated by a carriage return/line/interval, it should be possible without a lecture on the history and purpose of SMS.
02-10-2016 08:45 AM
@house-boy49 - Thank you very much for your response. I had to wade through several pages of non-information before finding your very useful post. I couldn't figure out why I could use the return button on some texts but not others.