changes to the run rev store

Matthias Rebbe matthias_livecode_150811 at
Mon Aug 20 12:26:41 EDT 2012

Yes and no.

The PayAsYouGo licenses do expire after a year. It´s similar to the new Adobe subscription modell. 
Just see it as renting software. That license model is new.

The perpetual license does not expire. You will get new updates for one year. After that you have to purchase a renewal for another year.
That license model is the old one  we all know already.


Am 20.08.2012 um 18:01 schrieb Bob Sneidar <bobs at>:

> Wait, you are saying that when the LC license expires you are no longer capable of developing with it?? Is that true? 
> Bob
> On Aug 19, 2012, at 2:08 AM, Nigel Soden wrote:
>> Greetings
>>> Or, you could be like me and develop software with whatever version of 
>>> Livecode you already own and not  feel that you have to be permanently 
>>> on the "upgrade escalator".
>> That is an option, however when one does eventually want to upgrade cause of a feature then your stuck to have to pay every year otherwise LC itself bombs out, that is, one's lic expires and then you have to purchase a new one every year to continue developing. All i can hope for is when I do release my own software I can make sufficient income from it to be able to afford it. Well, it better, it's my retirement income. :)
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