I seriously doubt that "HS institution with 10500", "College with 4000 PCs" and the "School with 1200 PCs" are all doing web development and trying to access the WA site with all of those computers.
Anyone that would be able to install WA extensions would also be able to install a current browser.
Instead of expecting WA to redo their entire site for IE6 users, it would make more sense for you to get someone to install Firefox for you. Then you can download the extensions and use them to build sites for all of those people using 8 year old browsers. It sounds like it would be a wide open niche market for you.
To find out why it's a lot of extra work see:
Internet Explorer 7 Changes From Internet Explorer 6
Ray and anyone at WA can delete any of my posts they want because the forum belongs to WA. The only time I would question it, is if I needed clarification so I could avoid doing it again. You play be the rules of the community you participate in.
BTW (By The Way) Troll does not refer to IE6 users.
Well well, wiki eh!,
Say what you mean instead of being sarcastic, by your definition it is not the norm of social established defintion.
Yes, in a forum you have rules. No rules have been broken. No inflammatory remarks were made. Asking Phil to "butt out" is good and polite. Butting into someone elses comments is rude and making unnecessary argument. "Speak and comment only if you are asked"!. I am making avalid point. I need more information about your product. Without product demonstration, the tool, extension tool does not show its full potential.
Deleting posts is losing customer's point of view. It is also distortion of facts! Trying to "take-out" comments (posts) on the grounds that it is "Troll(internet)" comment is a lie and dishonest. It is your interpretation but not my intent.
You do not see it as your platform to show your products and grow more users of Dreamweaver users. You also forget which comes first, the full bodied software or the extention.
I will give you credit that your videos will be valuable but if you are not represented on the platform, nobody knows Webassist. Lynda.com made some good "HandsOnTraining" dvd.
Anways, this saying goes "If you cannot see a sale you will never see one!"