geneh wrote:lajackson, I am offended
I apologize if my comments led you to be offended. I had no such desire. I obviously made a very unsuccessful attempt to inject some reality and humor into the situation.
geneh wrote:It appears you don’t understand what the problem is or, maybe worse, you don’t care.
I do understand the problem and I do care. And I am especially frustrated because I have no control over it and can do nothing about it. I am sorry to have stirred some sensitivities by repeating some things that I mistakenly thought had been obvious from previous posts in this thread.
geneh wrote:We are not asking for you to add some NEW functionality to the calendar program. We are asking for you to restore the print capabilities of this program
You are asking me to do things I cannot do. There is no one here who can do them.
As I explained earlier (but obviously not very well), there is one person here who sometimes sees the posts and relays them to the developers who program the Church web site, which includes the Calendar.
It is very possible that your excellent comment at post #19 of this thread will help the developers in troubleshooting what when wrong and when.
geneh wrote:Maybe you could try working on a little humility and sensitivity.
Yes, you are very correct. I still struggle with both of those traits. Again, I am sorry to have touched a sensitive nerve. I did not intend that at all.
geneh wrote:Are we feeling stressed? Just a little.
I understand the stress. I am in the same boat. I cannot print my calendars. The new year is rapidly approaching. The reality is that the problem may not be solved in time.
Sadly, if hard copy is required, there is nothing I can do about it except to find a different way to get the calendar information onto paper. At least for now.