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Upgrade to DFP2. Why not for free?

Thread began 7/02/2009 6:28 pm by zuffster370186 | Last modified 7/06/2009 7:17 am by zuffster370186 | 1308 views | 1 replies


Upgrade to DFP2. Why not for free?

For those who spent at least $499 for a WA Suite which included the first version of Digital File Pro, why can't we receive v.2 for free? Today my Web Dev suite is on sale for $399 (compared the $499 I paid). That is fine but for those that purchase the big Suites should get the added additions of DFP2 that allows us to resize images and the progress bar at no charge. I just thought I would ask.

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