So RunRev wants more of my money- what has been fixed?

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Wed Oct 12 14:40:52 EDT 2011


Hi,

You're not obliged to buy the subscription. You can just buy those components that are important to you, when you need them. Download a trial copy, test it, and don't buy an upgrade if you don't like it.

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Mark Schonewille

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See what you get with only a small contribution. All our LiveCode downloads are listed at http://qery.us/zr

On 12 okt 2011, at 20:17, Colin Holgate wrote:

> There is a complication with LiveCode, in that you're paying for a year of updates. So, if a new version does something you would find useful, that isn't in the version you own, and it was implied that within a year there would be an upgrade that did some things that are vital to you, you might be tempted to buy now.
> 
> With normal software upgrades it's more straightforward, you know when you upgrade that you're not paying for the next version's upgrade. With LiveCode you are (if that upgrade is within a year), so there is a certain amount of gambling you have to do.
> 
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> On Oct 12, 2011, at 1:29 PM, Richard Gaskin wrote:
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>> If a feature I need will be available tomorrow, I'm quite happy to wait until tomorrow to buy it.  I have plenty of other things to keep me busy in the meantime, and there are many ways to satisfy any development need.





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