I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but this feature request has been declined.
Let's assume there's a good reason for this feature request to have been declined. After all, the request itself is legitimate. One could even say obvious. So if it's rejected, there must be a pretty darn good justification for it.
Could someone from Microsoft elaborate a little bit and explain the rationale behind the decision? Because otherwise, it's as if Microsoft were just _asking_ to get bashed on these forums.
Transparency goes a long way towards building trust. And right now, it doesn't look like anyone on this thread trusts Microsoft cares about its customers.PhilippeF supported this idea ·