While visiting the forums, a pop-up asked me if I wanted to complete a survey on the Adobe site.
I believe that is the way it is supposed to work. You are asked if you will take a survey when done with the site, and then it doesn't pop up the survey until you leave the site.
Anyone else having a crash?
Sorry, I refused to take it, and (therefore?) I had no problem. You see, to keep on reporting problems that seem to be affecting only me, and receiving no feedback, is a bit discouraging, and I am not feeling very cooperative.
I clicked yes but nothing happened I didn't even get to fill out the survey.
Of course I use email notifications so I don't go through browser and read every post on the forum. I just post the ones I get notification for.
I saw the pop-up query, but was pressed for time, so did not take it.
In my case, I have StopZilla, but also have Allow All Pop-Ups from the Adobe.com sites, so do expect to see those.
Now, I wish I had not been in such a hurry, as I'd like to take the survey today. My bad.
Maybe you are being too harsh here - or maybe you have called it correctly.
Now, in the Premiere Pro forum, Adobe did a series of surveys on CS5, about the time they released the CS4.2 update. Some of these were similar, but on closer reading one could see that they were focusing on some aspects a bit more closely with each one.
Predicated on those surveys, most of the items DID make it into CS5, and part of each survey queried on whether users would want full 64-bit support, even if it meant no 32-bit support. As CS5 is only 64-bit, it would seem that the majority chose that, in lieu of a dual OS program, or a 32-bit app. with limited 64-bit. Only a guess, but I would say that in those cases, Adobe was listening very, very closely.
The above mentioned survey?
I did a google search and found this, dunno if it will work though:
No . I tried the link given above in SeaMonkey, FireFox, Camino, Opera, Omniweb, iiCab, Safari make no difference. Just sits thaere like a bump on a log. you can click okay and the close till your hearts content.
Its just a teaser they put up to say they surveyed user of the forums, and got no responses. Typical of Adobe.
how about it Adobe, post that non-existant survey on your website. So we can fill it out so you will know what we really think of the Jive system for forums. I can think of a few pages of comments I'd like to offer.
I am with you. I am just sorry that I was in the middle of a rush Project and just did not have time at that moment. I try to take all Adobe surveys, just to get my impressions and observations back to San Jose.
I just got the message again and left it up. When I go here it works fine...give it a try:
http://survey.foreseeresults.com/survey/display?sid=browse-adobe.com-s itewide-en_us&cid=s5ccpQJxpV8s81t5gshQdw%3D%3D&pattern=http%3A%2F%2Ffo rums.adobe.com%2Fcommunity%2Fgeneral%2Fforum_comments&a=1275409150858_ 285363&b=38262274539312568325&c=86400000&version=6.0.0&cpp
Thanks for that link. All worked perfectly, and I was able to complete the survey on Chrome, with no issues.
Now, as soon as I told Adobe that they could contact me, my InBox filled with porno spam - well, that is not true, and I actually hope that they do contact me, so that I can share my perspective with them, regarding the fora.
Again, that link is appreciated,
I would welcome the call, and would do my best to keep On-Topic for their survey. After all, the person on the other end of the line would probably be employed by another firm and know zero about the fora, or similar - just doing their job to ask more questions and compile the answers.
I'd try to be a gentleman and also be understanding of their role in things - trust me!
Make the random line-breaks #1, OK?
I can just imagine the poor caller. After you finish with them, they would look like the popular depictions of extraterrestrials - no ears and their eyes bugging out!