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  Reply # 493669 15-Jul-2011 11:20
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Jaxson: Oh and the Harmony Remote software that tries to be 'my first paint by crayons' easy but quickly gets really complicated/annoying if you want to do anything nonstandard.

 This This This.

All software by logitech.

Someone needs to make a "no BS" software certification.  

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  Reply # 493688 15-Jul-2011 12:05
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defnz:
One company which should cease to exist as a whole is Computer Associates (CA)

I haven't used one bit of software of theirs which works well


Yip they seem to have been creating bad software forever and if anything seem to be getting worse. 







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