I tried to submit a new idea today and logged in with my Yahoo id as
usual. On clicking the submit button, I was prompted to “check my email
address” and a link was shown to “send a confirmation email”. Clicking
the link sent an email to “anonymous@Yahoo!.rpx”.
My idea wasn’t accepted.
Same thing happens in IE6.0 and Firefox 3.6.12.
If anyone cares (!) my idea was:
I would like the Toad option “Commit after every statement” to be
removed from the available options… I have never found any reason to
allow such an abomination in any application I’ve ever used that
accesses a database. It may default to off, but my humble opinion is
that it shouldn’t ever be offered as a suggestion.
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