7 Replies Latest reply on May 25, 2018 10:22 AM by AUTOART

    Complicated Question for a Simple Answer

    AUTOART

      I have an E-MAIL  with 3 attachments (including images and videos) explaining my problem. I am not going to re-type everything. What is the easiest way for me to forward the ALREADY PUT TOGETHER E-MAIL for a discussion here?...Thanks much!

       

       

       

       

       

       

      [Discussion moved from Illustrator to Forum comments. This question is about the forum, not about Illustrator.]

      [typos corrected by moderator for international translation]

        • 1. Re: COMPLICATED QUESTION FOR A SIMPLE ANSWER....
          Monika Gause Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          Upload it to Dropbox and post a link here.

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          • 2. Re: COMPLICATED QUESTION FOR A SIMPLE ANSWER....
            Test Screen Name Most Valuable Participant

            In practice that's unlikely to help. We aren't going to download unknown stuff. I suggest you use Copy/Paste into a new message. Bear in mind we are NOT ADOBE SUPPORT and if your question is too complicated nobody will read it.

            • 3. Re: COMPLICATED QUESTION FOR A SIMPLE ANSWER....
              AUTOART Level 1

              Although I understand your point, I would appreciate it if you did not get involved with any of my future postings. Since you are not ADOBE SUPPORT but surely act as if it's up to you to decide what is right and what is not. I have been self-employed for over 30 years to keep away from Naysayers like you.

               

              Respectfully and Sincerely,

               

              Hugo Prado

              • 4. Re: COMPLICATED QUESTION FOR A SIMPLE ANSWER....
                Monika Gause Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                AUTOART  schrieb

                 

                Although I understand your point, I would appreciate it if you did not get involved with any of my future postings.

                Please don't act like so.

                This is an open discussion forum and anyone can answer any post they like.

                If you don't like that, then don't post here.

                 

                Also: please post any links to demo files, screenshots or videos in this forum, so anyone can have a look at it and discuss the problem.

                 

                As Test Screen Name already wrote: we are NOT ADOBE SUPPORT. Most of us are self-employed just like you.

                • 5. Re: COMPLICATED QUESTION FOR A SIMPLE ANSWER....
                  AUTOART Level 1

                  I have no problem with anything you have said. However, if everyone has the right to answer any post they like....I also have the right to request that certain detrimental, useless, or negative answers don't enter into the conversation (is the same as abuse or pornographic context in an otherwise professional forum). Most of my postings will be complicated so then those people that DO NOT WANT TO READ THEM can be my guests and do so instead of bashing my post and trying to dictate how I should present my topic. This is America and freedom of speech is still relevant right?....Oops! (I guess that means the naysayers ALSO have the right to belittle postings instead of helping!) I better get off my soap box and get done to business! ha, ha Happy weekend everyone! (We'll not everyone...I mean those of you who...Aw, Never mind! Just kidding!).

                   

                  Thank you for straighten me out Monika!

                   

                  Hugo

                  • 6. Re: COMPLICATED QUESTION FOR A SIMPLE ANSWER....
                    hans-g. Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                    Hello Hugo, Grüß Dich!

                     

                    What concerns "This is America and freedom of speech is still relevant right?.." We here in Germany are proud and very happy with this achievement, our common ancestors have won. On the other hand let's not forget "Die Freiheit des Einzelnen endet dort, wo die Freiheit des Anderen beginnt".

                     

                    Hans-Günter

                    • 7. Re: Complicated Question for a Simple Answer
                      AUTOART Level 1

                      EXACTLY! Well said! Hugo