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Down The Drain…

Flash (that’s Macromedia Flash, for the not-quite-so-computer-literate) saw fit to corrupt one of my files today. Naturally it was one I had spent the whole day working on. Not only did the program crash 7 or 8 times during the course of the day, but it also refused, time and again. to play the movies I had made. The only good that came of all this crashing is that I backed up my files fairly frequently. It seems the last good backup I’ve got is from about 1 PM this afternoon. So, it turns out I could have spent the afternoon going on a nice walk or learning to crochet or something since all the work I did is down the drain…

You know, I am using the 30 day evaluation version of the software and I have to say, it’s not looking good for them if they expect me to shell out $650 of my hard-earned dollars to buy their rather pathetic product (actually, all you get if you purchase it is an activation code – I already have the full-featured product…it’s just going to expire in 21 days).

Sigh.


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