>"I'm not interested in" or "I don't care" sounds like the discussion can only develop in one way "YOUR WAY" and just doesn't sound nice<
I started a thread, in the Wishlist forum, expressing concern that integrating Form Builder into proposed new development tools could result in the tools being less useful. I then received two well-intentioned replies offering alternatives to using Form Builder: you advised using Dreamweaver built-in options and Neilo mentioned an extension from DMX zone. Doubtless good advice in both cases but not relevant to my concern about WA diminishing the usefulness of future development tools with inefficient CSS implementation (hence the title of my thread).
I thanked you both for your comments but pointed out that I was interested in Form Builder only in relation to its potential integration into more serious and useful tools - ie not interested in the product itself. I tried to steer the thread back onto course. At this you were clearly annoyed: 'You talk a lot about something you are not interested in!' and 'Maybe you have to read the reactions to your post better! Before you write something like this'. Increasingly frustrated with the misunderstanding and direction of the thread, I tried to reinforce that fact that I'm not interested in Form Builder per se, but have clearly offended you by emphasising this point. Perhaps a misunderstanding; perhaps a language problem. Anyway, I'm sorry if what I said didn't sound 'nice'.