OT use standalone substacks to rip off RunRev?

Erik Hansen erikhans08 at yahoo.com
Fri Nov 12 02:52:40 EST 2004

--- Jan Schenkel <janschenkel at yahoo.com> wrote:

> --- Erik Hansen <erikhans08 at yahoo.com> wrote:

>  so if these are regular stacks, can't a
> use standalone substacks to rip off  RunRev?

> In theory, you could use Revolution to produce
> a clone
> that allows editing of Revolution stacks.
> However,
> this would be quite a lot of work to achieve
> the same
> level of user interface.
> But you are not allowed to do so, as stated in
> your
> license agreement. Here's a post from Kevin
> Miller
> that I pulled from the archive :
> Hope this explains the situation,
> Jan Schenkel.

i had NO intention of pulling a fasty.
i even have a MetaCard license!
i just don't understand how a changeable
substack of an unchangeable standalone
differs from a regular editable stack.

it doesn't really matter.
the whole thing is OT.

Erik Hansen

erik at erikhansen.org    http://www.erikhansen.org

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