• MyWillysWonka (cs)

    These are the same translators that stated "All your base are belong to us"

    Fist?

  • Fatt Moley (unregistered)

    Me spike English two good to.

  • Kuli (unregistered)

    Well, if the email address won't be used for "any mailings":

    Why the f**k do they need it then??

  • ! (unregistered)

    WTF at the URL...

  • coder (unregistered)

    I think the real WTF is in the url.

  • hahaha (unregistered)

    Don't make fun from Chinese! They own all us soon!

  • rbowes (cs)

    Where can I upgrade to Windows 3.3 SP3? I've been using 3.1 for long enough!

  • Strider (cs)
    well-i-thought-that-it-was-okay-i-guess@but.the.documentation.was.hard-to-follow.net

    This made me make teh laff

    captcha: ...

  • Remboooo (cs)

    I especially like that the e-mail address won't be used for mailing. God knows what they'll use it for then..

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  • Shinobu (unregistered)

    I tried to leave some feedback for them, but I just got an Internal Server Error. Damn.

  • Southern (unregistered)

    Would someone translate that to English?

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  • JCM (cs) in reply to  ☺
     ☺:
    Idiot.

    That address is automatically generated by a script on qarchive.org* , (I assume) a clone of download.com . Their actual website is at http://www.visual-paradigm.com , and the product itself is http://www.visual-paradigm.com/product/sde/vs/productinfosdemevs.jsp

    Yeah-- you beat me to the real product links.

    I've actually used Visual Paradigm's SDE (Smart Development Environment), and it's not bad, but I didn't use it as much as I thought I would.

    I suppose that this is a "crack" that somebody has posted for those unwilling to pay for it?

  • shadowman (cs) in reply to MyWillysWonka

    I like the '(probably tomorrow).' What could they possibly have meant there?

  • Martin (unregistered)

    Plus, if they intend on emailing you to get your feedback, and the dialog says that your email address won't be used for ANY mailing, then how will they get in touch with you?!

  • Ryan Fox (unregistered)

    From the page, (with comments):

    Released - 2006-12-21 Last Updated - 2006-12-20 (Seems like a strange thing to tell people.)

    Requirements - (This Visual Studio plugin requires nothing?)

    Install - Install and Uninstall (This is probably pretty accurate.)

    SDE-VS Features:

    +Support UML version 2.1 (New Feature) (Seems like this should have been one of the first features.)

    +Incremental round-trip engineering (+Meaningless padding for the feature list!)

  • webrunner (cs)

    (Probably tommorow), I'll want settle down, Until tomorrow, I'll just keep moving on.

  • Mogri (unregistered)

    I warrant this is the funniest thing I've seen all day (probably tomorrow, too).

  • Ted (unregistered)

    Actually, I like the part about how they want you to leave an email address, but with their absolute assurance that they'll never use it to [e]mail you anything.

    I wonder what happens if you put a phone number in that field...

  • T$ (unregistered) in reply to shadowman
    shadowman:
    I like the '(probably tomorrow).' What could they possibly have meant there?

    I'm pretty sure they meant by tomorrow, given that the next sentence begins "By this day..."

  • T$ (unregistered) in reply to T$
    T$:
    shadowman:
    I like the '(probably tomorrow).' What could they possibly have meant there?

    I'm pretty sure they meant by tomorrow, given that the next sentence begins "By this day..."

    Before this day I mean, sorry!

  • Jonathan (unregistered) in reply to Ted
    Jake Vinson:
    There's more than just broken English here, though. They request feedback, but only provide a text box for an email address.

    I think the text was trying to say "use the program and we'll request feedback by emailing you tomorrow"...

  • Diamonds (cs) in reply to Jonathan
    Jonathan:
    Jake Vinson:
    There's more than just broken English here, though. They request feedback, but only provide a text box for an email address.

    I think the text was trying to say "use the program and we'll request feedback by emailing you tomorrow"...

    That obviously can't be the case because it explicitly said that they will not use your email address for any mailings. But they need to email you in order to ask you for your feedback. But they can't because they'll be breaking the rule! ouch my head hurts!

  • LiquidPT (unregistered) in reply to webrunner
    webrunner:
    (Probably tommorow), I'll want settle down, Until tomorrow, I'll just keep moving on.

    HAHAHAHAHAHHA.

    Down this road, that never seems to end Where new adventure, lies just around the bend

  • the littlest hobo (unregistered) in reply to LiquidPT

    now that song will be in my head all day.

  • wiregoat (unregistered) in reply to hahaha
    hahaha:
    Don't make fun from Chinese! They own all us soon!

    I believe you meant to say "They own soon all are us!"

  • David Hasselhoff (unregistered) in reply to webrunner

    thanks for the memories

  • Russ (unregistered) in reply to Diamonds
    Diamonds:
    Jonathan:
    Jake Vinson:
    There's more than just broken English here, though. They request feedback, but only provide a text box for an email address.

    I think the text was trying to say "use the program and we'll request feedback by emailing you tomorrow"...

    That obviously can't be the case because it explicitly said that they will not use your email address for any mailings. But they need to email you in order to ask you for your feedback. But they can't because they'll be breaking the rule! ouch my head hurts!

    I think mailings means mass mail, while they can still respond to your email without breaking their promise.

  • Barry (unregistered)

    And the file is 97 MB! It just can't be that complicated to parse UML from source code...

  • Badger (unregistered) in reply to Barry

    "SDE for Visual Studio (ME) for Windows 3.3 SP3 Modeler".

    How many fuck-ups can you have in one sentence??

  • Michael (unregistered)

    Was I the only one who read "SDE for Visual Studio (ME) for Windows 3.3 SP3 Modeler" as:

    (SDE for Visual Studio (ME)) for (Windows 3.3 SP3) Modeler

    instead of

    ((SDE for Visual Studio (ME) for Windows) 3.3 SP3) Modeler

    like they probably intended? My first thought was that the real WTF was someone downloading software for Windows 3.3.

  • Mercule (unregistered) in reply to Michael
    Michael:
    Was I the only one who read "SDE for Visual Studio (ME) for Windows 3.3 SP3 Modeler" as:

    (SDE for Visual Studio (ME)) for (Windows 3.3 SP3) Modeler

    instead of

    ((SDE for Visual Studio (ME) for Windows) 3.3 SP3) Modeler

    like they probably intended? My first thought was that the real WTF was someone downloading software for Windows 3.3.

    Actually, I thought "Win ME isn't 3.3, WTF?".

  • Random832 (cs) in reply to Michael
    ((SDE for Visual Studio (ME) for Windows) 3.3 SP3) Modeler
    Are you sure it's not SDE for ((Visual Studio (ME) for Windows) 3.3 SP3) Modeler)?
  • Barry Carroll (unregistered)

    This is a funny message and I experienced a similar one when I was updating the Visual Paradigm UML tools for eclipse. In all fairness I e-mailed the company with the correct phrasing and grammar and they were very appreciative and integrated it into the code base :)

    Bad grammar but great support.

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  • Faggot Pope (unregistered)

    stupid indians

  • David (unregistered) in reply to MyWillysWonka
    MyWillysWonka:
    These are the same translators that stated "All your base are belong to us"

    Fist?

    And wrote all Yoda's lines.

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  • Broken Chinese (unregistered)

    When China owns a colony in the UK for 150 years, and returns it making it an SAR in the UK, maybe a software company will be located there. Maybe that software company will put broken Chinese in their product, and 2 billion people can laugh at them.

    Failing to have native speakers write the documents and strings used in a product is a WTF. As in What The Fuck, not Wow That's Funny.

  • non-faggot (unregistered) in reply to Faggot Pope
    Faggot Pope:
    stupid indians

    Hey , what's eating you? Or do you always go around making irrelevant comments??

    Regarding the post...pretty sad, considering the fact that the product is not all that bad

  • PyroTyger (cs) in reply to non-faggot
    non-faggot:
    Faggot Pope:
    stupid indians

    Hey , what's eating you? Or do you always go around making irrelevant comments??

    Regarding the post...pretty sad, considering the fact that the product is not all that bad

    Honestly I thought he was either making an anaemic attempt at irony, or just trolling. Either way: don't rise to it.

  • vr602 (cs)

    Actually, judging from the style of grammar-mangling, I'd guess this was written by a German. As in "All your base belong to us are". Or Yoda maybe it is. Anyway, if there's anyone in the world who hasn't seen this one, it's worth a peek. http://www.engrish.com/

  • fbjon (cs)

    It's still there, though autogenerated:

    Live WTF

  • Yoda M. (unregistered)

    "All your base belong to us are"

    This could happen if the original content was written in a language that follows Object-Verb-Subject grammar and then converted to English without accounting for this fact.(for example, it is acceptable to use Hindi in this format in speech : "apple ate I") Although I have no idea what the original language was in this case.

  • Remboooo (cs)

    -delete-

    oops. wrong article.

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