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Is this correct?

Thread began 2/09/2012 4:50 am by ijs174940 | Last modified 2/09/2012 9:45 am by Jason Byrnes | 513 views | 1 replies |

ijs174940Beta Tester

Is this correct?

I have no issue with adding multiple extensions into one installer in fact it makes a lot of sense but what I do have an issue with is the news that the individual extensions that form part for this new extension will no longer be supported!

Is this correct?

If so why are you still selling them as individual products if you have no intention of supporting them?

Why force people to purchase extensions which some have no intention in using?
I would have thought it would have made more sense to make a separate installer where you could tick the extensions you own and wish to install so they can be installed together as one.

This would prevent the constant “do you want to over right this file?” prompts
You have mentioned previously that you were working on making all the current extensions work together with better compatibility so I can only assume that you are working towards making a core file hierarchy that can be the foundation for all future extension development, if this is the case wouldn’t making a universal installer make more sense and be more helpful for your loyal customers?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

No, this is not correct.

we will continue to support and do bug fixes for individual versions.

However, major updates and new features will only be added to the Design Extender product.

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