Relax. You may get downvoted occasionally by those that are not particularly tolerant of others whose skills are not as advanced, you may get downvoted by just plain jerks becuase they are jerks. Dont worry about that. And especially dont let the fact that there are jerks lead you to believe that everybody is a jerk.
Having been at the wrong end of one or two of ChemBoys sharp comments I can assure you that if he meant you (by nitpicking) he would have been much more direct and probably quite sarcastically scathing. To be honest the fact that he even replied implies to me that he thought you were worth spending a bit of time on, I seriously doubt that when he said 'nitpick' that he had you in mind in slightest.
Yves / DeMerphq
Software Engineering is Programming when you can't. -- E. W. Dijkstra (RIP)
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