On Sun, Feb 1, 2009 at 22:54, Lindsay Haisley <fmouse-gentoo@...> wrote:
> On Sat, 2009-01-31 at 23:23 -0500, Harry Holt wrote:
>> On Sat, Jan 31, 2009 at 11:18 PM, Frank Freeman
>> <ffreeman@...> wrote:
>> Hmph. You can't get out that easy.
>> Please Note: In some later model unsubscribe kits, the "OFF" indicator has
>> been replaced by "POWER-UP STANDBY ENABLE". Accordingly the "ON" indicator
>> has been replaced by the much clearer, "POWER-DOWN STANDBY ENABLE". Contact
>> your internet service provider for a list of affected model numbers. An
>> "ON-OFF" retrofit panel kit is available for those who have difficulty with
> Harry, your directions to Mr. Freeman were clear and concise. I didn't
> realize that the process of unsubscribing was so simple. I believe you
> forgot one thing though. He will, at some point, need to wash his mouse
> out with soap. If he uses the Auto-Unusb feature, this can easily done
> while he's in the shower, but if he uses some other proceedure, some
> other provision must be made for completing this step.
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even your directions, still being in the right track, miss the obvious
caveat: the user has to be warned (for the sake of completeness) that
he must be particularly wary if he owns a cat - in that case the
auto-unsub feature might not work and require manual intervention.