I don't get it. What's the deal with people interjecting "work-arounds" when someone posts a feature suggestion? Does that mean the suggestion is no good?

Just because it can be done already, doesn't mean it can't be improved upon. Work-arounds are messy, hard to read, impossible to teach, and SLOW. Don't believe me? Read this article. http://www.xise.nl/mirc/wiki/doku.php?id=eval

Reading the most recent 10 threads in the feature suggestion forum, each of them state "yes, i know there's a work-around for this, but it's horribad", and yet people persist on replying with these unwanted hacks in some vein attempt to discredit the suggestion. Let Khaled be the judge.

Post count much?

Well. At least I won lunch.
Good philosophy, see good in bad, I like!