Players in HTML5 - ETA for Full Functionality?

Dirk prive dirk.cleenwerck at
Fri Feb 26 19:34:44 EST 2016

Yes, you got it exactly right. I think the community version is fine, but I
like the company and the idea behind the product. That is why I have been
paying for this for all this time. I can afford 999$/yr, so the company
will lose a sale. Not just one sale, but a yearly sale. Don't forget I kept
up to date since 2007. It'll be strange to not pay and use the community
version, since that really is not how I want to use the product. I actually
prefer supporting the company.
Maybe I'm just strange. :)

Dirk Cleenwerck.
On Feb 26, 2016 21:15, "J. Landman Gay" <jacque at> wrote:

> On 2/26/2016 1:38 PM, stephen barncard wrote:
>> I don't understand why the OSS version won't work for you if it's a
>> 'hobby'
>> thing
> I understand what he means. The OSS version would work fine, but that's
> not the point. His point is that he thinks LC is losing money from those
> who would like to contribute by purchasing a license at a reduced rate
> (possibly restricted to personal use only, or something similar I'm
> guessing.)
> It isn't that there is no path forward, but rather that he thinks the
> current licensing model is costing the company some sales. I don't know if
> that's true or not, I'm just playing interpreter.
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