I want to know why I have to live with the Trimble Connect extension loaded onto my system.
This is by far the most nagging piece of ■■■■ I have installed on my machine… Everytime I start up SU there’s some problem with it’s signatures or update status.
… and it’s currently behaving.
However, given the previous problems I’ve had with it. I now want some answers.
I don’t use this service, So why do I have to put up with maintaining the Problems it’s caused.
If you wish to push that ■■■■ off on me… then why not just hard code into the software and maintain it on your End… SketchUp Dev’s WHY???
And Don’t tell me about how your sorry for any inconviencies… The Question here is WHY do I have to babysit an extension which I don’t want to use?
As far I’m concerned, If Trimble needs to push something onto my machine then it should be hard coded into the main program file.
I thought that the extensions options where just that, supplementary programs that I can add (or avoid) as I see fit. . . Since when does it now become a requirement?
Is it maybe because it’s not very good,… and if you don’t force it upon folks then they’ll never actually get around to trying it out?
How about you just let word of mouth of shared personal experiences determine whether or not a plugin becomes an adopted classic.
As a secondary question… If there’s to be discussions about how plugin developers promote their work, and witch hunts take place accusing @RafaelRivera of SPAMing.
Then what can I call this?.. The forced installation of an extension I don’t want to have installed.
Does it’s acronym reduce down to something which closely resembles BS?