Did I miss something?
jperryl at ecs.fullerton.edu
Tue Jun 20 00:44:08 CDT 2006
I dunno about your question, but I downloaded your product but, having
the flu (acquired about the same time as RevConWest, unfortunately!), I
haven't yet had a chance to take a look yet. Perhaps other RevConWest
attendees also have not yet had the time to decompress (sans
I'm not a real developer, tho'...
Look forward to taking a look!
On Tue, 20 Jun 2006, dreamscapesoftware.com - List wrote:
> I realize that asking this probably makes me sound conceded and selfish, but I'm the kind of person who bases the success of a project on it's response. If there is zero response, I abandon the project. If there's an interest, I continue with the project until I can't plausably continue anymore.
> I was under the understanding that there were either no decent Icon/Cursor Editors for Revolution, or that none exist (other than than using zoom and the paint tools). I understand that a lot of developers are designers as well, and would prefer to use professional programs such as Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator for Icon/Cursor design, but I figured that there has to be some people out there who would rather have a built-in editor as opposed to a seperate program.
> I just released a beta of my Icon Editor for Revolution on RevOnline and my Web Site, and I've gotten zero response regarding the project. Am I wasting my time? Is there something better out there? Should I move on to the next project on my list?
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