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Topre keys are dye sub'd black on charcoal grey. I think I'd be doing them a great disservice if I was describing them as lasered black-on-black.
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Topre keys are dye sub'd black on charcoal grey. I think I'd be doing them a great disservice if I was describing them as lasered black-on-black.
I wasn't trying to find out what their key printing method is. I was just saying that when you said "As I pointed out above", it made it look like you were trying to say that I should have known the answer to my question based on that post. So I was saying that the post you're referring to above is very unclear. That's why I said that I thought you were talking about the- Topre Realforce boards. I mean, all you said was "Lasered black-on-black keycaps are quite nice." But now if you had actually quoted Christine's post, then I would not have ignored your post.

Does it make sense now? It is very important to use the Quote feature.

Anyway, I guess I'm glad that I got my answer. Although I would have just said "They're laser-etched, and they also offer black laser-etching too".
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post #8843 of 14551
I don't bother quoting the post when the post is right above me. I don't see many people doing the same thing either, so I guess I'm not alone in this. I guess that it's obvious that people tend to be referring to the general flow of the conversation in such scenarios, especially when there was mention of keycap types in the the post right above me. Sure, I could have spelled it out by saying something like "Ducky keyboards also have lasered keycaps", but to me, that would just be laboring the point...
Edited by ch_123 - 10/12/10 at 3:22pm
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I don't bother quoting the post when the post is right above me. I don't see many people doing the same thing either, so I guess I'm not alone in this. I guess that it's obvious that people tend to be referring to the general flow of the conversation in such scenarios, especially when there was mention of keycap types in the the post right above me. Sure, I could have spelled it out by saying something like "Ducky keyboards also have lasered keycaps", but to me, that would just be laboring the point...
If you had Quoted her post, then I would not have had to ask. What you said was completely unclear to me that you were responding to her post by saying that you like Ducky's key printing. Therefore, I ignored it. When I read it the first time, just shrugged my shoulders and thought "Wow. That's fascinating. Thanks for sharing."

The Quote feature is there for a reason. Please use it and stop assuming that people can read your mind. Or alternatively, make it absolutely clear who's post you're replying to. Just because it's the very next post, it doesn't make it obvious that it's a direct reply to the one above it; especially when you say something vague like you did.

Or hey, you could have just answered me like this: "They use laser-etching and they also offer black-on-black laser etching" instead of being rude and saying, "As I pointed out above..." Good grief, man.
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post #8845 of 14551
Or you could both drop this.
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Or you could both drop this.
I don't take crap from anyone - I don't care who they are.
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Or you could both drop this.
I think this is a very good idea! The points you're both trying to make could be made in a single sentence. Not multiple paragraphs
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I think this is a very good idea! The points you're both trying to make could be made in a single sentence. Not multiple paragraphs
I prefer to try to put people in their place when they ask for it. We're a damn community; there's absolutely no reason to rudely start off with "As I pointed out above".
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At some point however it needs to die.

Thiru and I argue on vent over the stupidest things, but at some point we have to drop it and move on. Continuing it is doing nothing productive.
    
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To break up the current flow. I purchased a Das Model S Professional Silent just last night. No more p.o.s. G11
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