While there is no other resolution otherwise at this time to repair this problem, the only true solution remains the sole responsibility of the developers to fix with this particularly fault-prone file within an otherwise epic application... We can only hope the TV devs won't leave us waiting for the attention to this flaw.
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Well I suppose you at least have responded, but its fairly obvious that the suggestion is nothing more than a shot in the dark and were it even in the same ballpark as the ultimate solution, it is not a solution for anyone that might have this issue arise, which if you intend to stay relevant, let alone respectable, it goes without saying that the disregard for attending this issue across numerous major revisions begs the question, “Can I really depend on the overall competence of a development team that neglects to address a fundamental security practice no less common practice than having a valid license is to one that operates a vehicle?" To be 100% forthright, your product is nothing short of one of my top three most talked about utilities as well as one I have used consistently since version 7 or 8... The black screen feature is fundamentally core though however to "closing the sale" - by which I mean inducting another "personal-use only" user though as until YOUR TEAM can close this LONG LASTING AND FAR TOO COMMON DEFECT, you're product is not one that I feel I can extend a professional reference for use in commercial settings as it places the value of my word in jeopardy. Stop obsessing over the aesthetics of your gui and what flashy new design you can kill your time inflating your latest version with and recognize a critical defect that is a direct threat to the TeamViewer name and long term growth before it further blemishes your company. It's pretty simple - Signed... Driver.... aaaaand GO! :|
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