RCS going forward - Post ID 277862

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I have just started work on some slides in RCS to improve my RSD website. I went to download the latest version and noticed the last update was Nov 2015, over 2 years ago!. If RCS is to go the same way as MenuBuilder, I would rather not spend time and resources building slides in this program.

Any clues as to the future of RCS?
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A bit gun-shy aboutto
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Hi Rooky,

I too would love to see this app get some love! I find this app a bit to clunky to use on a regular basis. I hear that it may get some love in the future but who knows.
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Not too long ago I saw a post by Coffeecup on Linkedin or Twitter or something like that, stating that 2018 would bring a new Slider app of some kind ... so we'll see what happens :)

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This app discontinued?
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No official word has come from CC about whether this app will be discontinued or updated.
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I recently went down the CoffeeCup route for redesigning my website. I purchased RSD and RCS. I was treated to a free upgrade to Site Designer:cool:
I haven't even opened up the RCS yet, feel like it was a waste of money especially finding out afterwards that is was last updated in 2015:(
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As long as we're having the sliders of Foundation and Bootstrap, RCS might not be so much asked for. Perhaps that will change with the new 'Vanilla' grid system in SD3?
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I seem to have too much trouble with RCS. Bugs, etc. Oh well. I like CC's other apps. That's $39 I wish I could get back. My fault though, I tried the trial version before I bought. Just not thorough enough I suppose.
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$39 for a responsive content slider with this much flexibility is a steal! Not a waist of money at all. I don't know of many slider apps that you can open multiple instances of it and copy and paste across them. Most other slider apps out there only allow you transition changes. This app lets you micro manage the entire project.

I agree it could be more. But $39 bucks... wow you can't do better.
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