boy this has me a bit scared, I guess I need to go through each piece of software I want to buy in order to see what the licensing terms are. I was going to go with the developer's suite, already have menu writer, sculptor, site assist, but I tell you, one way to get clients is to make sure, especially in this economy, that it doesn't hit their bottom line too hard. I can't spend a week developing a site for much less than what I am doing it for now, (I've got to put food on the table.)and I can't charge the same price as larger firms, because I am already saving my clients a bundle with all the product/commercial photography and design work...this of course is what gives me the edge because though I am not a master coder I am one heck of an artist and I thought webassist was finally the company which was going to allow me to give my clients a little more than just a front end "wow" factor.
does anyone know offhand which products are per use licensing? don't mean to be lazy, it's just late that's all to be clicking one by one through the FAQs.
EDIT: Couldn't help it, was probably already mentioned in the thread, but it appears the solution packs are the only ones affected, correct me if I am wrong.
I can understand webassist's position, being that those packs are "Quick pre-built solutions", but on the other hand I can also understand someone's dismay if they had used the contact form solution pack with multiple clients prior to the newly included statement on licensing.