15 Apr 2012 11:17 PM #1
Beta access ended.
So my beta access ended to day.
Does it mean that I should buy it now?
If so, I would like to know how close we are to the final version?
15 Apr 2012 11:24 PM #2
I have now paid for the Designer. I am working on some very importent solutions but can not access them because I need a Designer 2 license! But I only received a key to Designer 1.
This is not good at all because I can not get any work done.
How can I get access ASAP to Designer 2?
16 Apr 2012 2:07 AM #3
please contact orders [at] sencha [dot] com
A few days ago I asked them if the trial would run out (I have 6 days remaining and do have a license to Ext designer too), they promised it would not. If so, they told me to contact via this emailaddress.
Please let us know how you fixed it, as others are probably going to run into the same problem.
While awaiting an answer, you could install Designer on another computer and sign in with your existing account; it will give you a full length trial period.
Last edited by joostvanhassel; 16 Apr 2012 at 2:16 AM. Reason: added temp. solution
16 Apr 2012 2:46 AM #4
16 Apr 2012 3:08 AM #5
16 Apr 2012 3:13 AM #6
Contacted Sales and they gave me 18 days.
16 Apr 2012 3:21 AM #7
let the speculation on a GA releasedate begin
16 Apr 2012 8:42 AM #8
Simply replying so I can updates on this thread ... it could get interesting.Phil Strong
16 Apr 2012 8:46 AM #9
16 Apr 2012 10:01 PM #10
As a paying customer, I too am wondering when I'll be able to experience the final GA release... My Designer says I have 42 days left... Does that suggest the Ga will be released before this time expires?Perfection as a goal is a nice idea that can point one in a specific direction. However, since "perfection" is an ever changing (evolving?) and moving target, one must admit that perfection can never be obtained...
When in doubt, check the d4mn source code!
And here are my terms...
- I don't care if you use my source code. (Known as "Code.")
- I don't care if I get any monetary compensation.
- I do care to receive credit for Code provided. So, please keep my name in the comments for Code provided.
- Code is provided without warranty "AS-IS" and I claim absolutely no warranty nor liability to the quality, security, and run-ability on any platform.
- By using Code, you accept all risk inherit with Code regardless if Code has known and yet to be discovered bugs.
- You are welcome to change and improve the Code to best meet your needs.
- I don't care if you use the Code in a commercial or open-source project.
- You are not required to contact me prior to using the Code.