Well, I still have my Coffee Cup tee shirt which I wear proudly over my sagging chest. And I have the CC tags which I can display on the back of my Hyundai Veloster. I suppose there are a few more items I have from Coffee Cup around the house.
Tell you what guys; every time I wear my tee shirt from now on, I'll send you a bill, oh it won't be much. And then there is the rental fee for displaying the auto tags and for the promotional code in my web site. After a few months I'll be able to afford HTML Editor 14.1. Whaddaya say? Fair is fair, no?
Oh, in the meantime, if you want me, I'll be on Adobe's site.
So you got 15 years of free upgrades and free t-shirt. Seems to me you got one hell of a bargin my friend.
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It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.
This is a site I built for my work.(RSD)
This is a site I built for use in my job.(HTML Editor)
This is my personal site used for testing and as an easy way to share photos.(RLM imported to RSD)
First of all, I'm not cheap, I'm opinionated. I have Photoshop CS6 which I use every day, also an older version of Dreamweaver and you're right, Adobe's support sucks, but I've encountered worse. I thought it would have been prudent to send out a note to all your users when you decided that the free updates were terminated with 12.9 and certain products such as Flash were no longer being offered. Yeah, I know, no one else does it.
Anyhow, if you took my rant more seriously than I'd intended, I will say thanks for the editor and all the free updates. I learned how to program in HTML thanks to you guys. Your editor, at the onset was better than anything anyone (such as Microsoft) had to offer and at a better price. And yes, I suspected deep down that one way or I'd likely outlive the free update era. I wrote brokensinner.org using your flash generator. Unfortunately, the server I was using finally gave up the ghost after ten years of faithful service.
Who knows, I may update to 14.1. At least I've said my piece.
Either way, I agree we've gotten some great free updates for a very long time, and CC must move up and be able to make a living too so I guess their discounted updates aren't a bad deal.
By the way, if you didn't get the emails on the updates changing to paid, it may be because you aren't signed up for their newsletter. Although I would have to say it should have been something sent to everyone that has purchased from them, if it wasn't already that is. Not sure how they sent it out, but I got plenty of notifications about it for quite a while when they first decided to change it.
Good luck whatever you decide to do though.
Plus... extra cheap upgrade prices to make it much less painful.
Theres a number on the wall for all of us angel, and if my numbers called today then so be it..
After you , sweetheart.
I can't put my PAID version of CS3 on to my new computer..... Because the old computer crashed, thus, i was unable to uninstall CS3. According to Adobe, I have it installed on 2 computers (even though it's only one) and there's no way to change this.
This is what you get when you spend the Big Bucks!
I chose to upgrade Xara instead (as well as my CC programs).
It's for school though, so in fact.. working on my PC and rather not through VMWare is MUCH better with these two programs.
Adobe is cool for some-things, every company has it's perks I suppose.
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