V7 will be the first version ever without a time-bomb

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V7 will be the first version ever without a time-bomb

Postby Greg.Tillman » Wed Feb 02, 2011 8:04 pm

Before version 7, Reflector has always had an expiry date and a forced update. V7 has no time bomb – and will be sold as a perpetual license.
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Re: V7 will be the first version ever without a time-bomb

Postby redgatesucks » Wed Feb 02, 2011 8:15 pm

Greg.Tillman wrote:Before version 7, Reflector has always had an expiry date and a forced update. V7 has no time bomb – and will be sold as a perpetual license.


Are you thick or something? People's issue is that you're forcing them to buy a version rather than continue to use the community version. Not right. I will not buy it.. and I hope someone cracks it.

I'm sure a few more excuses stickied though to the top of the forum will change peoples minds.. fools.
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Re: V7 will be the first version ever without a time-bomb

Postby RichardD » Wed Feb 02, 2011 8:29 pm

Greg.Tillman wrote:V7 has no time bomb – and will be sold as a perpetual license.


And the pigs are fuelled and ready for take-off.

See, the thing about lying is, once people know you've lied, nobody will believe another word you say.

I guess it's a good thing you've disabled the comments on your simple-talk blogs, otherwise you'd have a few choice comments there as well.
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:)

Postby deadlyviper » Wed Feb 02, 2011 8:45 pm

It's entertaining me how they created a nice little sub-forum off the generic "reflector" one. This is all very deletable here! Keep the noisy ones to one side, right?!
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Re: :)

Postby RichardD » Mon Feb 07, 2011 7:34 pm

deadlyviper wrote:This is all very deletable here!


Yep - they're already starting to delete comments they don't like. Before long this forum will be nothing but sycophantic comments claiming that this is a wonderful idea that nobody could possibly object to.
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Re: :)

Postby mb » Mon Feb 07, 2011 8:46 pm

RichardD wrote:Yep - they're already starting to delete comments they don't like.


Are they deleting negative comments in general, or just comments that have abusive language?
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Re: :)

Postby RichardD » Mon Feb 07, 2011 9:13 pm

mb wrote:... just comments that have abusive language?


Not sure. How would you define "abusive"?

If you mean swearing, where would you draw the line? Some people would try to claim that "damn" is too strong; others wouldn't have a problem with "dropping the F-bomb". Some people even use that word in their profile name without having their posts deleted!

Frankly, given RedGate's responses so far, I'd be surprised if there were any negative comments without "abusive" language!
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