Upgrade classic to new Web Form...

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I am sorry when i have missed this anywhere on te site or in the forum but is there an upgrade policy for excisting Web Form Buider classis users to the new version?

Thanks for any reply.

Regards, Kees
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No :: the HTML form builder is considered (and it is) a completely new development, brought on by market forces.

Original will still be kept up to date and still forfills a purpose and function

But in time the new one is going to have things like payment options built in
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Get with the times and the times, they are a changing. Today, we have new, classic, lite, standard, and pro. Isn't that cool? Just like M$. :D
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Where have you been since 2009 Kees. ;)

We did send I think 5+ emails to all our existing customers about upgrading to the HTML Version. ;)

As a Classic Form Builder user, we have provided you with a free entitlement to the LITE version. You can download that from your account.
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Thanks all for your reply.

Sorry Scott work kept me busy and other things are sort off in the refigirator. Just had some time today and discovered the new Form Builder version along with various other things.

Thanks for the lite version test it some time these days and who knows buy a licence for the new full version.

Your email must have been intercepted through some spamfilter or i just must have missed them ;-)
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Scott Swedorski wrote:


As a Classic Form Builder user, we have provided you with a free entitlement to the LITE version. You can download that from your account.

...If you want to host the form on S-Drive. That's the caveat of the lite version. Otherwise, you have to fork over another $39.
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Well I also didn't know anything about this until today after finding out our form builder isn't sending emails as it used to.
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So are you asking for help with the classic form builder?
I can't hear what I'm looking at.
It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.

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Eric Rohloff (Rolly) wrote:
So are you asking for help with the classic form builder?


No no help needed I fixed it tonight after getting time to analyze it besides this wasn't the appropriate thread to ask for help anyway.

I was posting to the fact I was hearing about the new version also for the first time today not in 2009 as stated earlier which I thought I Quoted but somehow didn't.

Where have you been since 2009 Kees. ;)

We did send I think 5+ emails to all our existing customers about upgrading to the HTML Version. ;)
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mcgyver210 wrote:
I was posting to the fact I was hearing about the new version also for the first time today not in 2009 as stated earlier which I thought I Quoted but somehow didn't.

Where have you been since 2009 Kees. ;)


I don't think Scott meant that the new version had been available (or announced) in 2009, but that you hadn't been around since then...
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