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dan at danshafer.com
Sun Jul 7 10:27:01 EDT 2002
>Second, sorry if this seems like a "flaming response," but casually
>tossing out SuperCard's price requires some sort of reply.
>SuperCard is (IMHO) a great product at a great price. Nevertheless,
>Revolution has advantages that (again, IMHO) more than cover a $299
>vs. $149 difference in price. Among them are:
I would never have intended to imply that there was a comparison
between RR and SC. And you're right...just tossing out the price with
no qualifiers was not very helpful. Of course, I haven't kept up with
SC development and didn't want to take the time to do a feature
analysis (so I'm glad you did).
I think the point I was trying to make is that the traditional fee
for xTalk tools has been in that under-$200 range. I remember when I
first saw MetaCard, I said, "Alright! This looks like it could be
really powerful." Then I looked at the license price and choked. As I
recall, it was several hundred dollars per platform. And the UI?
Ugly, ugly, ugly.
RR may well be worth $300. I'm starting to think it is. The main
thrust of my concern was *only* that the official license excludes
tech support for a $300 product, something I had never seen before. I
>I'll step off the soap box now...
Ah, but you fit it well! Got room up there for two? :-)
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