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Status Bar Info

Bruce McCorkle

PRO Member
Just started using .006 Lamination Pro. Noticed that Status bar information doesn't show up on the Print review or the printed copy. I usually print a copy and take to the shop.
 

mfisher

Super Moderator
Staff member
Are you referring to the bar where board width, board length is shown?

If so, mine doesn't show it either. I generally just print out the sheet and pencil in the material length needed.
 

Lloyd Johnson

Administrator
Staff member
I don't recollect that the status bar information ever made it's way to the printout but it certainly can be added. I've put it on my feature request list and once I get Segment PRO to be Post Release, I'll make some time to work on this.
 

mfisher

Super Moderator
Staff member
What great service. Only if other software designers were so supporting in taking suggestions and improving their products.

I spread the word to anyone who will listen at the SCW woodshop.
 

Lloyd Johnson

Administrator
Staff member
You'll be glad to know that I've added the species names to both Paint and Storyboard so as you can see, Pay for Play works for me.
I'm also looking at two different alternatives for writing segment numbers around the segments. This is a FAR more difficult proposition, though. I'm definitely moving this one up to a dime.
 

Bob Beaupre

Administrator
Staff member
WELL if that's the case.........let me think of something really wild for you to change ifyour looking for a challenge. See if we can fine a 15 cent one
 

Lloyd Johnson

Administrator
Staff member
I believe I need to work on my pricing model. In the spirit of the new Price Quote system, I believe it will be x dollars per keystroke, x dollars per minute thinking about it and x dollars for ever minute of missed sleep.
I've recalculated your bill and it is now $12,640 and 35 cents.
 

Glenn McCarron

PRO Member
I believe I need to work on my pricing model. In the spirit of the new Price Quote system, I believe it will be x dollars per keystroke, x dollars per minute thinking about it and x dollars for ever minute of missed sleep.
I've recalculated your bill and it is now $12,640 and 35 cents.
I'm glad to see a sense of humour despite all the work and sleepless nights. Are these extra .05, .10 and maybe .15 cents considered a consult fee for all these great ideas the end users are providing?
 

Bob Beaupre

Administrator
Staff member
I'm glad to see a sense of humour despite all the work and sleepless nights. Are these extra .05, .10 and maybe .15 cents considered a consult fee for all these great ideas the end users are providing?

Glenn I think you have it backwards. I'm thinking Lloyd is thinking these are up charges to us for him to make our requested changes??
 

Bob Beaupre

Administrator
Staff member
I think I'm going to need some help with my bill at $12,640 and 35 cents. I'm thinking that's a lot of bowl making!!:p
 

Glenn McCarron

PRO Member
I think I'm going to need some help with my bill at $12,640 and 35 cents. I'm thinking that's a lot of bowl making!!:p
Just increase the number of segments and increase the species of wood and then it should only be about 10-12 bowls ( of about 1500 segments each). What a deal!
 

Lloyd Johnson

Administrator
Staff member
I like the way you think Glenn, all except the part about me paying for new ideas and bug reports. I don't think I like that idea much. However, the people that help me at this time will not be forgotten. In fact, I'm going to give you, Bob, $12,640 to pay your bill. When's the last time you've been given that much money?
You still owe me 35 cents, though.
 

Glenn McCarron

PRO Member
I like the way you think Glenn, all except the part about me paying for new ideas and bug reports. I don't think I like that idea much. However, the people that help me at this time will not be forgotten. In fact, I'm going to give you, Bob, $12,640 to pay your bill. When's the last time you've been given that much money?
You still owe me 35 cents, though.
In Canada we would have to report that on our Income Tax at the end of the year, hate to be you Bob! Trump may like all that inspiration and cut you a deal.
 
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