Commercial Examples? Training?

Richard D. Miller wow at
Fri Mar 15 06:55:01 EST 2002

We continue to have great success with our Rev CD, having shipped over 600
copies in the past 6 weeks with no returns and many congratulations from our
customers. It's working fine on Windows 95/98/2000/ME/XP/XP Pro and Mac
OS9/OSX. Our program is rather graphic intensive, so we've had a few minor
problems with Win 95 users who didn't have enough RAM. But that's about it.

Info on the CD is here:

Richard Miller
The Wood
802-951-2534 fax

> Hi,
> I know this has been asked before, but does anyone have any commercial
> products developed in Rev that are available for sale now?  Or
> at least professional-quality examples? (Apart from the typing
> tutor and what's on the MetaCard app examples page?  We know
> Rev is young, but...?)
> We're especially interested in products that are graphically
> intense (taking advantage of the animation manager and/or QT)
> and those that use Valentina or other external databases.  We're
> also interested in anyone that has commercial/near-commercial
> INTERNET products written in Rev for sale now.
> We're just trying to get a better idea of the possibilities of
> the tool.  Examples are a great way for us to do that.  We also
> want to support Rev developers.
> ------------------------------------------------------
> We're also looking for anyone that has computer-based training
> on Rev/MC available for sale.
> Most of our developers do not have a Hypercard background, so
> it's a different way of thinking for us.  We would love to see
> narrated screen-capture MPEGs of someone using the tool on example
> projects or the like.  Might this even be something RR itself
> would tackle as a supplemental product?
> I don't  think anyone has done this yet, but I think it would
> help speed the adoption of the tool.  I know that we are holding
> out to buy more licenses until we get more comfortable with Rev's
> capabilities.  The written tuturials are a bit slow-going.
> -----------------------------------------------------
> Finally, does Rev support "drag and drop" operations (like one
> can achieve with Flash,etc.)?
> Many thanks.
> - David
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