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Old 20-05-2004, 12:13
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may be you don't know what the designer really need.
just the important things you do it very easy and let them free
and some other infact maybe not very need you may them for money
???

now much people change to use indesign 3.so we should change to id3
plig-in design.

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Old 20-05-2004, 15:28
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If changing to InDesign CS suits you, then go ahead and make your move...
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Old 21-05-2004, 09:24
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just tell you ,i had join into go with my design. i don't have time to move your program.

and i just had tell you the vba's problem.may be you don't trust me.
but it is no problem.
i will go my own way.
if it is excuse you.
delete my notes.
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Old 21-05-2004, 09:42
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Lees,

Why wouldn't I trust you? I'm sorry if I offended you in any way, didn't mean to. What I tried to say is that if you see a great opportunity to get some money from creating plugins for InDesign, then you should definitely need to pursue this. However as for me, I'm not very interested at this time. It's not because you are not right. It's just because money isn't my main concern here. Maybe in the future I will expand my customization solutions for other products as well, but for now, having CorelDRAW and its users is already enough to sometimes strain my free time schedule

My goal is to educate CorelDRAW users on how to create custom solutions using VBA and other tools/languages as well as provide some examples and useful features. Of course, sometimes it takes hundreds of hours to create something like CalendarWizard or SecuriDesign, so I can't just give them away. That's why I charge a small fee to use them. But that's about it... I'm not saying that this is going to be always the case, but for now, it's more a hobby than anything else...
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