Error’d: Any Day Now

This week at Errr'd we return with some of our favorite samples. A screwy message or a bit of mojibake is the ordinary thing; the real gems are the errors that are themselves error dialogs. We've got a couple of those, and a few of the ordinary sort.

Stealing the worm, pseudoswede Argle Bargle comments "Generally, Disqus works well. I can even imagine the border conditions that cause my time-travel glitch. I'm even glad that the programmers planned for... for just such an emergency. Maybe it's even good programming. It's still very silly."

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Insufficiently early Mark Whybird seconds "I am slightly .pst about this." Me three, Mark. It's not exactly false, it's just excruciating.

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Meanwhile, Anonymous Anonymous from the Bureau of Redundancy Department, chimes "My heartfelt thanks to VS 2019 for such eloquent diagnostics."

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Relentless Ruben L. squawks "I am not sure if I need to install it 7 times (or 10) to get it working right."

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Finally, bulldogged Brett , getting a jump on the inevitable 2020* Christmas season supply-chain snafus, growls "I was trying to find out where my kid's present was. Guess the dialog wasn't imported either."

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This post originally appeared on The Daily WTF.

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