[quote="ChiRho, post:10, topic:233458"]
I've read the OP several times and still can't figure out what the fuss is about. Much less why there was a 10 minute argument about what to name a file.
Unfortunately, I just think you need to get over it and move on - it's really not worth being mad at someone for not responding in a nice, gentle manner after you had inconvenienced them and argued for 10 mins about a very unimportant detail -- which you happened to be wrong on! A bit of humility goes a long way, especially in this case.
The fuss is about I had a long day and wanted to unload. I though this forum was an OK place to do that.
I don't have a problem admitting I am wrong but only after someone has proved it. But for to just say things like 'Why' is not a good business reason to me. Had she told me it would not work for the reasons I discovered afterwards, I would have taken her seriously at first. But I have to be professional too and when a manager asks me to stand behind my work, I need a good reason. I seriously doubt a manager would be pleased that I left a bad file name in because someone kept saying 'WHY'
And it is not very charitable to say 'get over it'. I am a human being and I think it is normal to take offense when someone talks to me like I am dirt