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Friday, 17 April 2015

Absolute bollocks

Ok, I will make this as quick as possible and debunk it line by line later

All these daily lists are is a working document. They do not, as Textusa claimed, remain unchanged from one day to the next.

She has cropped them to hide the end column which appears to record charges against the room for Room Service etc. So in fact there are plenty of occasions when a member of staff might access the list and amend it, deliberately or otherwise, hence the minor changes in the document. 

There may be no drop down boxes, but rather the page could autocomplete when it recognises the word. It is quite common when this happens for the first letter to appear in lower case, as that was how the user typed it. It won't automatically correct to upper case

Most importantly of all, the print time is the time when the system generated the print request and sends it to the print manager, not the time the paper emerged from the printer. They may differ by a second or two as the Print Manager is collecting the data, thus the print time may straddle from one second into the next for a document. But that has absolutely nothing whatsoever with the time taken for the physical print to emerge

All in all, this is one of the most feeble of all her feeble analyses

Silly cow. 

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