Helping Hands Dept.
Mega$loth® Weird® FAQ
- Fred in Utah writes: Why does my copy of Weird®
produce HTML that won't validate, but still reads OK in my copy of Internet
Weird® generates HTML that meets Mega$loth®
standards. We want the world to conform to our standards only - that way
we'll make more money. We want web pages created by our Weird®
products to look the same on every PC, and by sticking to this policy we'll
eventually force the world to come round to our Weird® way of
- Bill in Maine writes: Every new version of
Mega$loth® Weird® seems to save files in a different
format to its predecessors. The files also seem bigger as well.
We always aim to give value for money - in our book bigger is more valuable,
so we're always looking for ways to make our products and their output files
bigger. Making new formats forces our competitors to make new translators
for Weird® documents, and that gives us an even greater edge.
- Tomas in Mexico writes: I deleted a large chunk out of one of
my Weird® documents, yet the file I saved was bigger than it was
before. Why is this?
See the first part of the previous answer.
- Sam in England writes: What does the little button on the
toolbar with the little telephone on it do? I can't find anything
in the manuals or help file.
Disables the feature that sends your document to us via the Internet so
that we can check it for you. You're not supposed to see that button though!
- Ivan in Ukraine writes: I run Weird® version 7 and
I recently got a Weird® 8 document from a friend, but my copy of
Weird® refuses to load it. What do I do?
Upgrade. That's how we make so much money.
- Ivan in Ukraine writes again: I did as you suggested and
upgraded to Weird® version 8, but it wouldn't install.
Weird® Setup says there's no room. What do I do now?
Get a bigger hard drive. Hard drive manufacturers like Mega$loth®
- Ivan in Ukraine writes yet again: I did as you suggested and
upgraded my hard drive, but when I run Weird® it's much slower
than the older Weird® version.
Your computer has become 'Memory Challenged'. Get more. Memory manufacturers
like Mega$loth® Weird® too.
We had many more questions from Ivan in Ukraine, so we eventually had to
tell him to 'get real'. In the real world of today's computing, you have to
upgrade to a new computer every six months to keep up with
Latest Ad. Slogans Dept.
I think Mega$loth®, therefore I'm Weird®
Mega$loth® by name - Weird® by nature
If it's a Mega$loth® wordprocessor it's got to be
Slogans revised by the Mega$loth® Product Placement Committee.