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Re: (TFT) Cyberboard usability with TFT
On Fri, 24 Oct 2008 15:59:04 -0500
David Michael Grouchy II <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Hi all,> > I downloaded the latest version 3.03 of Cyberboard and was
> curious to get> feedback from people who actually use it with TFT.
First, I've had great experiences using Cyberboard. The best TFT experience
I've *ever* had was using CB.
> I have found Cyberboard laughably useless. I use Ventrilo and my own web
> page for image, and battle map posting. I have never gotten anyone to answer
> any of the questions I had about Cyberboard.
Dale is a great guy, and I've always found him to be very helpful and
communicative. There's a Cyberboard mailing list (that I do not run), and
it remains in active development, no matter what you think.
> Further, having it posted on the the same page that people
> sign up for the TFT news group has probably cut the subscription rate in half.
Gee, I guess no good deed goes unpunished. My helping Dale out with a bit
of free web hosting seems to have rankled you. I invite to to go take a
flying leap at a rolling donut. The list is doing well, and I've never
had anyone tell me they did not sign up for the list because of a service
I've provided for anyone else. I suggest you fix your cranial-rectal
inversion issue, and refrain from such fictions.
> Nothing like a terri-bad first experience to turn people away.
Perhaps it was your attitude in approaching the issue that caused Dale
to be less than helpful in your eyes. It's a *free* program, and the
support that he gives in his free time in my experience has always been
You are, of course, free to disagree, as I am with you. The many people
who use CB, some of whom have used it for TFT games, seem to seem to
disagree with you as well.
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