I'd like to contribute with a lot of ideas that seem to me (to me obvious) in the first usage. But also the result of long standing.
To start with is "indispensable" (considering at least my need to make many changes) to independently manage a personal configuration file (more than one) to be superimposed to the default settings.
P.S. For me (personal, non-profit) the price of the product is absolutely out of reach.
I would rather write a PM but have not found any contact.
If you have suggestions, please post them to the forum, and we can discuss them here.
Please use a new thread for each idea, unless two ideas are closely related, so that parallel discussions about different ideas don't get tangled up in each other.
The forum is the only place we have where the whole team can see suggestions, and we like to let the community join in to shape ideas, as well as be able to refer back to previous discussions if a similar subject comes up later, so we prefer to keep discussion on the forum and not in private messaging, unless (of course) there is anything of a private nature involved.
That may be possible already, but will depend on the details of what you want to override and when. We're open to ideas about chaning how it works, too. Please start a thread with some examples of what you want to do, and we can discuss it further.
We do not have any plans to change the price of the Pro or Light versions so if the price is out of reach then it may not be worth your time to request features in something you won't be buying. But if you want suggest things anyway, we are always open to ideas. We prioritise ideas from people who buy Opus, to put our limited resources into supporting those who support us, but we will consider any ideas if they are good.
We do not have any plans to change the price of the Pro or Light versions so if the price is out of reach then it may not be worth your time to request features in something you won't be buying. But if you want suggest things anyway, we are always open to ideas. We prioritise ideas from people who buy Opus, to put our limited resources into supporting those who support us, but we will consider any ideas if they are good.[/quote]
Beginning of the end: On this topic you could make a speech more explanatory. However I would like to avoid crashing into a wall. So I leave to the reader's imagination every possible scenario. (I hope)
Licensed non-profit meant the purchase of a license for home use (I'm currently unemployed). Let's look at the Pro license: 1x $ 89; 5x $ 249
So it is clear that: 249/5 = 49.8 (for a pc, presumably office or business that derives economic benefits from the use of the software).
The pensioner / unemployed / home (which does not derive economic benefits) must pay $ 39.2 extra! (Or are you settle for the Light version.)
I find it unfair, or perhaps perverse.
Mr. Spock, instead, would say that it is "terribly illogical".
The price and the diffusion you want to get with it, it's just your task. (GPSoftware)
I'm a pensioner. Have been for years. I decide where to spend my money accordingly. If I cannot afford something I don't buy it. I certainly don't whine about the cost of things I cannot afford. (Come on Rolls-Royce, where is that car that I can afford?)
As a taxpayer in the UK, for more than 40 years, I expect to receive various benefits. Health care, transport (thanks for the bus pass), a library ticket and more. But that's as far as it goes. The commercial world does not owe me any special privileges just because I am an old fart.
Oddly, perhaps, given my left-wing leanings, I don't expect commercial operations to subsidise my choices. Sure, it would be nice to have pensioner discounts on software. When Microsoft, Apple, IBM and other big guys offer that, I will be the first to bang on the door at GPSoft and ask for a discount.
I don't, though, expect this small band of warriors to try to change the business model of the whole software industry.
Actually, you have started me thinking. I am about to start a campaign to get my wine merchants – I use several of them – to give me a pensioner discount. Thanks for the idea.