I would if you or your colleagues could share with us for those who especially upgraded from 7.06 to 7.5.
When the end of January 2014 comes and the free 7.07 is available and that product cycle finished what happens is you gave 7.5 installed?
As you SB has released 7.5, version 7.06 should have been the end of the life cycle for version 7.0?
If you offer upgrade to 7.5 as a paid for version when 7.06 wasn’t fixed but still upgrade to 7.07 don’t you think that your customers might be asking “huh??” what is gong on.
Now those of us who upgraded to 7.5 seem to have problems with hanging files. I have noticed that I can only open up my files if I regress back to 7.06 (which strangely the upgrade hasn’t removed. I haven’t removed this as I assume these files are needed as there wasn’t much to look at when directly upgrading from 7.06 to 7.5)
Now I expect I will get the weirdo’s shouting at me TROLL, TWIT etc… lambasting me for this post.
But it would be nice if you could explain to those of us who upgraded to version 7.5 and perhaps didn’t need to do so as the lifecycle of version 7.0 hadn’t actually come to an end.
If that is the case, SB as a company should not have released version 7.5 whilst the software on some PCs is in such an appalling state of not working… especially if the lifecycle had not finished.
Now the question must be asked was SB drumming up some cash for Christmas?