Solitaire Statistics is bad

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Games' started by jimpuls, Oct 5, 2006.

  1. jimpuls

    jimpuls Guest

    There needs to be a way to completely turn off solitaire statistics. C'mon,
    it's a game! I want to enjoy it. I don't want to compete, or be reminded how
    I'm doing. Just add a switch to eliminate it completely.

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    jimpuls, Oct 5, 2006
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  2. Did you also use Microsoft Beta Client to post this suggestion?
    If not you should to help ensure your suggestion is seen by the right
    people.
     
    Jupiter Jones [MVP], Oct 5, 2006
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  3. jimpuls

    jimpuls Guest

    You mean that Microsoft games people don't read this ng? I'd think MS is
    smarter than that!
     
    jimpuls, Oct 8, 2006
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  4. Maybe they do, and maybe they don't.
    Smarter has little to do with it, it has more to do with available resources
    and how they are used.
    The bug reporting tool uses the resources better..
    You do not seem to be aware how many newsgroups and servers Microsoft has
    for newsgroups.
    There is no expectation that the Microsoft game people see your post since
    these are peer to peer support groups.
    If you see Microsoft on these public groups, they are here on their own
    time.
    If you want the correct people at Microsoft to see your post, you should
    post the bug using the tool.
    Otherwise, maybe they will but probably not.

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    Jupiter Jones [MVP], Oct 8, 2006
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