What am I paying for?

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jerohm
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Re: What am I paying for?

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Hey Brian
hope you are doing okay. If this is IT, and installation requires licensing validation, what happens when THAT fails to work (i.e. the whole site just disappears)?? I hope they address this situation before they completely abandon ship. Even though I haven't written any new code in a while, I spend much more time actually watching nowadaze [SIC]. I would miss it.

Very sad indeed.
be good....
jrm

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BTT
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Re: What am I paying for?

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Hello Jim

Doing OK thanks, hope you are too. That's a good question and an important one - I will contact Brandon to attempt to get an answer which I will post back here, it's not easy getting a response from him these days.

Take care...
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Re: What am I paying for?

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Hello All

Have sent Brandon another email today, 14th December.
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Re: What am I paying for?

Post by ozbeats »

Hi All,

Thing is.... SS put Visualizer licensees on hold for Tunr, and when that didn't take off on the one platform it was designed for (Apple),
then SS moved right on to working on developing PLAN and we (licensees) took the back seat again.

For the dozens or hundreds of personal license holders let alone commercial customers we have become LAST priority.....
No clarity, no insight, lacking honesty and direction.....

If anything the site feels like a segway for promotion leading straight to PLAN and Tunr,
I can only imagine they have been so rewarding let alone profitable....?

You can only milk a plastic cows teats so much, eventually somethings going to snap.... and it's bound to make a horrible mess.
If the visualizers had been kept updated regularly, social media and word of mouth alone could easily have attracted 100s of new customers.

My thoughts,

Alf

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