good documentation cost money, and its not a "sexy" feature..ie. it will not
sell more scanners. So that's why you see poor documentation..
Lets be honest here ok?
"Lynn Allen" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Poor documentation is at least 1/2 the problem in these complaints--I'd
>direct anyone interested to the Letters Page of PC World (Aug 2001). The
>other half can probably be found in Scott Adams' "Dilbert" cartoons
>(available in soft-cover, if your newspaper doesn't carry it).
>Is the criticism valid? Yeah, it is. And it's fixable, too. Have I seen
>anybody trying to do so, lately? Nuh-uh. AFAIC, the mfgrs are just cutting
>to deep to be competitive--they're cutting the product, cutting the user,
>and ultimately cutting themselves, IMHO.