Lewis - A2A wrote:
NorForce is correct...Not everything is to be taken literally...
Lewis - A2A
don't get me wrong, but I find it really great that there is such a software as ACCU-Feel. As a specialist on product research for end consumers with a M.A. Master's completion in "real life", I'm just some qualified user practicing constructive criticism on your product by highlighting any shortcoming in its performance - free of charge of course... I'm sure any product CEO wouldn't gainsay the fact that outlining such shortcoming is to be assimilated as a boosting enrichment of your products to perfectionism. (as far as its budget allows)
ACCU-Feel is supposed to generate reality, right?! On this topic I again confirm that NorForce and You are WRONG and I'm even willing to bet a whole month's salary on that: Screeching tires on Aircraft in high speed on sharp curves is a physical formula of how wide is the friction surface of the tires and the weight of its bearer, that especially under normal conditions (properties of the ground, wetness degree etc) occurs in heavy Aircraft - in this case bigger one. There are so many cases documented on videos of REAL tests and in a lot of films too, where you hear it loud and clear! Rendering these facts in digital context for this software is an extra heavy work for the programmers. Those retouches mostly fail because of product's short budget. So is it a desperate maneuver to conceal some insignificant product deficit because, you know, the whole thing has degenerated to an average discussion here about "cross-section-norms" about how you are "supposed" to handle an Aircraft, and how are you supposed to express yourself
As to my response to NorForce, I'm sorry if he was offended for my re-comment on his comment... My response was from my point of view mandatory. Generally speaking, in business world, competition often "laminates" its offensive activities with the use of rhetoric and polemic. "Tongue in Cheek" could be conceived as one of its instruments if abused, and if the addressee is in the right, it would be perceived as "direct offense". So who is the "offender" and where is the "offended" in this case, I leave it up to the jury*
. (* = Paragon in irony, sarcasm and general banter) As you shared NorForce's opinion that I'm wrong, which became prejudice in advance, your referee is biased AS LONG AS the matter of the screeching tires formula is not a "closed case". If I'm proven wrong, I owe both of you a big apology...If... On the other hand, if I'm right, can you exclude NorForce's sarcastic negation (never minds yours) not having impact on other readers for not supporting my petition!?
Perfectionism is a German quirky property that risks to mute to a "germ"
if it gets out of hand