Fri Jun 01, 2012 7:53 am Post
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Fri Jun 01, 2012 8:22 am Post
Immediately that I saw that Aeon was live, I bought it the way you describe – eSellerate and PayPal. It worked just fine and was very smooth.
I installed over the latest beta and had a crash the first time I tried to enter my serial. I took a deep breath, tried again – no problem the second time.
Spitfire31 wrote:Congratulations on getting Aeon out the door! (there's no 'applause' smilie so you have to imagine it…)
I hope you will get smashing sales and I'm convinced that you will. The price is certainly fair and will hopefully give you some most well-earned economic returns for all your work.
Thank you also for the nice 20 percent discount for us old hands who've been privileged to witness the somewhat protracted pregnancy and perhaps, in some small way, been able to irritate you with outlandish demands and throw you off track with wacky ideas.
Time to break open that champagne and light that cigar that I'm sure you've got stashed for the occasion!
Fri Jun 01, 2012 8:23 am Post
Spitfire31 wrote:SerenusZeitblom wrote:I bought the Total Control book yesterday and payed with PayPal without any problem
I think that you may have posted in the wrong forum, Mr. SerenusZeitblom. This is the Aeon Timeline forum, though hosted by L&L.
Fri Jun 01, 2012 9:13 am Post
matt wrote:Has anyone had any success buying from eSellerate through PayPal?
Fri Jun 01, 2012 9:49 am Post
Ursula wrote:Maybe there will be a problem, if I want to use Aeon on my iMac or MacBook or iBook. Depending what I want to do and where I am I use Scrivener and Aeon on those three machines. If I understood the license is only for two computers, isn't it? Even if I you are the only user?
Ursula wrote:Special thanks not only for the Coupon Code, but also for supporting PPC!
Fri Jun 01, 2012 11:44 am Post
Ursula wrote:matt wrote:It explicitly allow multiple computers provided they are all (predominantly) used by a single user, so what you are proposing will be fine.
Sounds fair, thank you, Matt!
I hope your PPC computer is in good shape!
Fri Jun 01, 2012 11:48 am Post
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Fri Jun 01, 2012 12:20 pm Post
matt wrote:Hi Jaysen,
Thanks for the purchase.
I certainly think trying to sell into schools, or at least for school work, might be something to pursue.
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