Sat Jun 02, 2007 11:49 pm Post
KB wrote:Actually the only reason I didn't originally implement a "30 actual days of use" trial was because I wasn't sure how. 30 sequential days seemed easier because you can just check against the date. But I've just realised that 30 days of use shouldn't be much harder, so I'm implementing that for 1.1. I have had a few e-mails from users who have launched Scrivener, left it for month, and then come back wanting to try it but finding that they can't. And I can't exactly tell them how to unlock it again without risking piracy. So 30 days of use seems a lot better, really - I prefer demos like that myself, as you feel that you can take your time with it and really ponder over it.
Sun Jun 03, 2007 12:05 am Post
I have also trialled software which allowed you to open it 30 times, but that lays you open to cheapskates who have their computer running 24/7 and don't shut down the trial either.
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Fri Jun 08, 2007 10:09 pm Post
mediapig wrote:This peice of software has become my nubmer one favorite writi tool, and is a bargain at twice the increased price! I'm no exagerating... Take a look at the feature set of mirosoft word, then compare it to Scrivener.... this software does so much mroe and costs os much less. Congrads on a great product! I hope to be workin with it for many years to come!
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