Re: Switches as opposed to buttins
But then Murphy can hit even there. Such as a switch put in upside-down so it's on when it's DOWN, or one that's miswired so it's on all the time, and so on. It's as the late Douglas Adams wrote once. There will always be a person for whom even the simplest design possible is beyond them (either that or they're the type where the solution to the square peg and the round hole is a big enough hammer). And yet at some point your life will depend on that person.