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Daretodream

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Re: who here has actually licensed a product?
« Reply #15 on: 02-25-15 at 06:05 pm »

Hi Jim, never got back to this until now. Boy, you were dead with your comments...thank you. I did spout off a little too much way back then, thought I knew it all..lol. Many years have passed and it has been a long road with many different products and many different companies. Thank you for coming to a naive girls rescue!
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Re: who here has actually licensed a product?
« Reply #16 on: 02-25-15 at 09:37 pm »

No problem.  Welcome back.
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Re: who here has actually licensed a product?
« Reply #17 on: 02-26-15 at 06:47 pm »

I was meaning to say "dead on" geesh...lol. Thanks!
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Re: who here has actually licensed a product?
« Reply #18 on: 02-26-15 at 08:23 pm »

I was meaning to say "dead on" geesh...lol. Thanks!


That points up an interesting brain quirk.  When I read your comment earlier, I definitely read "dead on".  Despite what it actually says.
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who here has actually licensed a product
« Reply #19 on: 09-25-17 at 05:11 pm »

Flexible TreeView is a commercial product licensed on developer basis. So you need valid developer license for every your developer anyway.
We dont have an option for open source applications, sorry.

Anyway, thank you for your interest to our product.
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