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instead of a simple discussion about the better is voting for or against. There is a lack of utility in this forum. Sometimes we do not have the strength to write the same thing and the same thing, just give my voice.
Polls have been used on this site in the past, but there are technical reasons that limit their suitability.
What is the reason?
Polls are difficult to moderate and we don't want users creating polls when the topic should have been a question, as they won't show up on searches in the same way. A poll can be voted on but never 'answered', and we can't turn polls into questions or vice-versa.
If you agree with someone and don't want to post a reply saying so, then use the LIKE button underneath every post - that's what it's there for.
Thank you for your reply Dave.
I'm still not convinced. If someone wants to answer it asks a question. The truth?
The survey is a conscious choice for a murky discussion. The results of the survey can be a great topic for a new conversation. The survey is the study of specific features. Discussion many times does not do anything specific to topics difficult.
That is my opinion. The survey is a proven tool in many forums.
Therefore, I am not convinced that explanation. Thank you for your reply.
Maybe instead of naive and FB "like it" should be "I support this" or "I agree" ?
How do I like the problem?
Not everyone has ready-made solutions. Poll gives you the ability to choose specific options.
Perhaps a compromise can be great the "I agree" and a large number of voters? Then provokes it to your vote of support?
But the problem is when the threads are created with new ideas and discussion becomes cloudy? Therefore, the questionnaire is is always good because it gives concrete result to needs.
Do you often change the system of tools and palettes using WorkSpace?
1. I do not use - I use shortcuts and menus.
2. Often - it makes it very easy for me to work.
3. I would like more to be able to deploy all available tools and palettes in vertical and horizontal dokokoła artboard so as to have them in a fixed position and handy when I need them.
Only then it makes sense to put a question or a request for new features. Eg. "Please add horizontal stripes styling possibilities for tools and palettes."
Then the product is actually developed by the needs of the majority.
That's my opinion and that is why I ask about the survey.
A complete poll system would be useful, but Adobe does not control the platform that runs this website - so the features are what they are.
Feature requests for Adobe software should not be posted here, they should be sent to http://www.adobe.com/go/wish or the platform-specific site (e.g. feedback.photoshop.com). The number of times a feature is requested via the official routes does help decide which ones are implemented.
There is no point on asking any question more than once. You have a new thread with this question, which to me is far from clear and has no relation with the present discussion.