Are you sure you don't have some "setting" wrong on your system?
I presently use McMaster's site every day. I click as fast as anyone I
know, and I frequently try to click on stuff before it's ready to be
I have _never_ seen the problem you cite, in over 15 years of using their
site no less often than twice a week.
McMaster is VERY user-compliant. If they had a (reported) problem of
that severity with their website, they'd fix it, pronto.
Although I like doing business with both McMaster and MSC, it took MSC
over ten years just to acknowlege that their web site was an abortion.
They're still "almost unusable" on-line, but so much better than they
were as to be unrecognizable from the old.
Yeah, boy, actually I do have a way with words,
enough to get a stupid computer to write what I say.
And some other wordy stuff that you don't want to hear about.
John B. <johnbslocomb gmail.com> wrote:
I see, I see. You publish a "fact" and then draw conclusions from it.
Useful form of argument assuming that your "fact" is actually factual,
which in your case seems to be based on some tortured idea that you
have vomited out of your fast clicking universe and has as much
connection with reality as the tooth Fairy.
I see that you've stooped to a new low by editing what people post and
then responding to your own edits.
Snipping a post is one thing but attributing things that *you* wrote
to someone else takes trolling to its lowest level.
I guess there's not much else you can do when you can't come up with
intelligent responses to what people actually said.
It's so sad to watch you spiral ever downward.
If you bothered to read the thread, you would see that I provided
their error message, and a method for reproducing the error.
So by that you should be able to tell that you are wrong, or you
can imagine that I am a liar. But that's less likely than your
mother being a liar, guaranteed.
"Lloyd E. Sponenburgh" <lloydspinsidemindspring.com> wrote:
Troll? How so? I expressed a perfectly reasonable response to someone
who seems to pride himself on, or at least extols, his ability to
operate his clicker so rapidly that the web site can't keep up with
After all you were the original poster complaining about the "web site
that couldn't keep up". I'm only responding in kind.
(When are the try-outs for the fast clicker competition?)
HomeOwnersHub.com is a website for homeowners and building and maintenance pros. It is not affiliated with any of the manufacturers or service providers discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.