Latest Google ruse to get you to abandon the old, superior Docs editor: “Would you like to see this document in the latest version of the editor?” pops up every time you open a document. Q: how do you turn off the helpful hint?
Continue down that path and you lose all your freuking revision history, as well as the ability to easily influence the look (& integrate the stuff you copy-paste) by doing regex crap-dumps. Keyword: Zoho. Reminder: drag this link to your favorites so you can open a new document with HTML & CSS editing enabled.
And, despite all the luvvy rhetoric about data portability (selecting documents one by one was pretty lame and no longer works as described), there’s no button to download all your stuff in anticipation of the fateful day when they lose patience with Luddites who don’t get their unexplained vision and simply turn off the old editor. Keyword: Cyberduck.
Ooh. Aah. Like freuking Jesus.
- Google Docs facked
The new version appears to have been introduced without any serious testing or any credible bug reporting system having been devised–check
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Just in case any of you are experts in this kind of thing, here’s where I’m at: Data collection is fine. My
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In a number of posts (see below) I’ve suggested that rather than use cheap, crap human translators customers should consider free,
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But there’s still a way of rescuing all that crap you’ve accumulated.
- More on the Google Docs debacle
Response from Sales to one Peter Harvey re the new release: “We at google use our own tools and have been