^ Do you really expect corporations to code their software to work with Linux, representing a whopping under 2% of computer users?
Anyways, if sigma would have had this accessory years ago it would have saved their brand an awful lot of hurt over bad AF!
Well, yes. They could easily have used a cross platform library for writing the application and then it would have worked everywhere. I am tired of companies offering software for Windows and Mac OS alone. It smacks of laziness.
Well no, says somebody who actually has written cross system software, it's quite difficult and expensive. Have you ever done this, or are you simply giving us your unfounded opinion? That smacks of laziness.
+1. If you say do it in Java, that will still entail a lot of work. I've done multi-platform programming and I'd say it's not easy. Even when they say sure it will work, in reality, some codes just doesn't work. I'm now doing some SAP web applications and a lot of patches are being done just to make one code work in another platform. It's still easier to work with few platforms. It's a lot cleaner that way.