Losing the amateur.
david at kwinter.ca
Mon Nov 3 00:48:34 EST 2003
I agree completely with Ryon. I think Revolution 1.1.1 and the 2.x are
completely different products. The upgrade was far from seamless in
both functionality and hobbyist-appeal. Does anyone else have large
projects which run fine in 1.1.1 but not any 2.x? Like the concorde,
for the meantime the future is behind us.
On Sunday, November 2, 2003, at 09:59 PM, Alex Rice wrote:
> On Nov 2, 2003, at 9:46 PM, J. Landman Gay wrote:
>> Um. There is nothing preventing anyone from creating a one-card
>> standalone and making it available for free as a player.
> In fact I think Scott Rossi has done that for his various games and
> demos on his site. Don't know if it's general purpose though.
> But I definitely missed the point of Ryno and John. I do understand
> that the licensing changes have been major. I shouldn't presume
> anything- because I was not on the scene for Hypercard nor even
> Metacard. Sorry guys.
> It would be interesting if Scott Raney would followup on this thread.
> (hint, hint) :-)
> Alex Rice <alex at mindlube.com> | Mindlube Software |
> what a waste of thumbs that are opposable
> to make machines that are disposable -Ani DiFranco
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