Just installed one of the new DSC 1832 panels. Gone is the programming worksheets booklet, replaced by a fold-out map-like sheet with everything jumbled up and out of sequence. Time to fire up the choke-a-matic on this one.
Thats part of it but DSC seems to have gone the way of product consolidation, the documents Jack had also had EU and spanish fields and made it damn confusing to try figuring out what the panel is capable of however if you've done an 832 it's still pretty easy with the new stuff
The other bigger problem is the keypads, the construction of the new keypads is awsome but they've gone all icon and it's hard figuring out minor things like bypassed zones, status etc
But .... I'll attempt putting it simply enough for you to understand .......
your use of general terminology and only basic vocabulary betrays your limited skills and education. It's therefore understandable that you would find it difficult to undecipher anthing and average person would say or write. Your conclusion is ..... it's them who are stupid.
It doesn't make any difference. You don't know what they mean anyway.
Some words are in the dictionary and some are not. Nevertheless, people other than you know what they mean.
Since you are conceptually overeaching your resources, it is perceptually contraproductive to persue a relevancy-based, framework from which to derive a mutually homogenous or cognitive articulation of the coterminous areas that we might share. You continue to demonstrate as in the past, your ongoing display of obstinancy and obtuseness, which makes involvment in a nonconflictual relationship impossible. Any guidance or instructionally orientated articulation on my part, to viably increase your cognitive resources, will surely be met with your developmentally incoherent posture.
Yesterday I cudnt evan spel eggzecutav. Todae I are one.
I don't know what the heck you guys are bitchin' about. The new worksheet is a hell of a lot better than the old manual. It's really impressive when you unfold this massive 4' square sheet of paper with all the coloured boxes on it... The customer takes one look and goes... "Wow, you must be some kinda rocket scientist to understand that thing".