• Tony Cooper

    05/01/2014

    An implication can be made with or without the intent to include an implied meaning.
  • Tony Cooper

    04/22/2014

    No, you support a claim by making a sensible claim in the first place.

    WTF? How dumb is he?
  • Tony Cooper

    04/02/2014

    You could respond to what I said, not what I didn't say.
  • Tony Cooper

    03/28/2014

    it was a link or two or three. Weak substantiation, at that.

    Tony makes a claim about former substantiations made by me. I posted a reply quoting the onslaught of substantiations for my claim at the time. Tony's response: Silence.
  • Tony Cooper

    03/25/2014

    If it isn't stated, it's ignored.
  • Tony Cooper

    03/25/2014

    What he ignores is that in *all* purchases online, there is no sales help available.

    Absolute claim from Tony that points to a deliberate action from nospam, he has yet to provide any support for nospam ignoring this instead of any other reason for not mentioning it.
  • Tony Cooper

    03/17/2014

    Only Adobe can call a plug-in a "Photoshop Plug-in"
  • Tony Cooper

    03/15/2014

    they can approve vendors as suppliers of plugins for Photoshop. The plugins on that page are evidently plugins that Adobe has approved for use with Photoshop.

    Tony claims that there exists an approval process from Adobe with regards to using them with Photoshop
  • Tony Cooper

    03/14/2014

    All of the plug-ins I have for PS work in LR
  • Tony Cooper

    03/13/2014

    Lightroom accepts PS plug-ins.

    Which turned out to be false
  • Tony Cooper

    11/27/2013

    A requirement is what you want to do.