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I understand that one of the candidate builds will eventually turn into a release version very soon. This is something to celebrate, of course, but it brings me to a question. I know it's a naive one but I have to ask it anyway. (I'm quite disappointed with some of your competitors' practices.) Your current rhythm of improvements and fixes is great, as is your unusual responsiveness to users. Are these qualities really part of the company policy? Will you guys keep doing this even well after the beta is over?

 

Thanks for any thoughts.

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Yes.

 

(The macOS version has been available for 15 months now, and it has had the same rapid evolution as we have had during the beta. All included in the original purchase price.)

 

That's great. I'm glad to know it. I believe this is a key factor into making us users more confident. Thanks.

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I have question about future updates of paid version.

It will we free, even between version 1.x and 2.x? Or only within version 1.x?

 

All updates for major versions are included, i.e. free updates for 1.x. This includes bug fixes and new features (take a look at the new features that have been added to the macOS version over the last 15 months for examples).

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