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Ron

« Reply #50 on: September 07, 2013, 07:14 »
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I am not seeing this new License, it was probably the same mistake as IS with their new RC. Testing the waters, creating new license and accidently went live. I cant find anything on their site about a new license. I will ask support.


« Reply #51 on: September 07, 2013, 07:25 »
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Mat Hayward replied at FT forum

Fotolia engineers are always beta testing new products and services. Further information will be released at an upcoming date.

Ron

« Reply #52 on: September 07, 2013, 07:32 »
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Mat Hayward replied at FT forum

Fotolia engineers are always beta testing new products and services. Further information will be released at an upcoming date.
  So it is what I thought it is.

I have to say, it seems like a good thing, I think.

« Reply #53 on: September 07, 2013, 07:35 »
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Mat Hayward replied at FT forum

Fotolia engineers are always beta testing new products and services. Further information will be released at an upcoming date.
  So it is what I thought it is.

I have to say, it seems like a good thing, I think.

how can you know? we don't know much, just that is selling for 3 credits and its called Instant Standard, which size will it be?

Ron

« Reply #54 on: September 07, 2013, 07:56 »
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I dont know, hence I used the words seem and think

« Reply #55 on: September 07, 2013, 08:13 »
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I dont know, hence I used the words seem and think

ok just a hunch, anyway I don't remember a good announcement from FT ;D

« Reply #56 on: September 07, 2013, 11:48 »
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The simple fact is that most people will not take the extra steps to investigate how to ignore topics and take the action to do so. 

That means people who might have real insights to offer will come to this forum, see dozens of Symbiostock threads that mean nothing to them, and leave.

I have seen the thread about people complaining about Symbiostock overtaking the forum, and the replies of the Sy-embracers saying we just have to hide it if we don't like it, and I myself didn't take the time to follow those steps.  Call me lazy, but the fact is, most people will not jump through those hoops, and they will end up thinking there's little discussion of value here.

Them's the facts.  It's not about snobbery.  To the average visitor, this forum is now nothing but instructions on setting up a Symbiostock site and how to try to make it actually sell. 

Leaf, there needs to be a better answer than making people hide topics if you want this forum to continue to thrive.  Maybe Symbiostock will be a dead issue a year from now and this won't be a problem, but at that point, you may have already lost us for good.

This. I am very interested in Symbiostock and will eventually make a site of my own. But it has become a problem here, and having the thoretical option to ignore it is no solution.

« Reply #57 on: September 07, 2013, 11:50 »
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The simple fact is that most people will not take the extra steps to investigate how to ignore topics and take the action to do so. 

That means people who might have real insights to offer will come to this forum, see dozens of Symbiostock threads that mean nothing to them, and leave.

I have seen the thread about people complaining about Symbiostock overtaking the forum, and the replies of the Sy-embracers saying we just have to hide it if we don't like it, and I myself didn't take the time to follow those steps.  Call me lazy, but the fact is, most people will not jump through those hoops, and they will end up thinking there's little discussion of value here.

Them's the facts.  It's not about snobbery.  To the average visitor, this forum is now nothing but instructions on setting up a Symbiostock site and how to try to make it actually sell. 

Leaf, there needs to be a better answer than making people hide topics if you want this forum to continue to thrive.  Maybe Symbiostock will be a dead issue a year from now and this won't be a problem, but at that point, you may have already lost us for good.

This. I am very interested in Symbiostock and will eventually make a site of my own. But it has become a problem here, and having the thoretical option to ignore it is no solution.

in case you haven't noticed it is solved ::)


 

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