leap to future
shawnlivecode at gmail.com
Tue Feb 23 08:16:50 EST 2016
I purchased a lifetime license on the kickstarter campaign and donated to
the HTML 5 campaign. The main reason for donating to both was for HTML 5
and now you're saying that it's a separate license? What the heck is that
all about? Cheated!
On Fri, Feb 19, 2016 at 3:04 AM, Kevin Miller <kevin at livecode.com> wrote:
> Sorry if it wasn¹t clear in the article. HTML5 remains a separate license.
> Kind regards,
> Kevin Miller ~ kevin at livecode.com ~ http://www.livecode.com/
> LiveCode: Everyone can create apps
> On 18/02/2016 21:47, "use-livecode on behalf of -hh"
> <use-livecode-bounces at lists.runrev.com on behalf of hh at livecode.org>
> >Kevin M. wrote:
> >> see in detail https://livecode.com/leap-to-future/
> >Yes, LC is great, worth its pricing, even if one is not using
> >any of Monte's iOS externals: The other core-developers will
> >have more time for their valuable work by that personal expanding.
> >But sadly your explanations to the Indy license are quite unclear
> >relating to HTML5.
> >1. You argue with HTML5 development for the raise of Indy pricing.
> >2. Recently we had to buy *separate* licenses for HTML5 deploying.
> >Please explain the issue "HTML5" in detail for the example of a
> >locked $499 Indy license.
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