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Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Dec 13, 2016 at 04:35 PM

 

I sent a Tweet to Robin asking about this and he responded saying that it has been free since summer. He said, “I think all basic features should be free. But there is more to come!”

A little cryptic, but the implication is that there will be a pro version with new features.

Lucas wrote:
OutlineEdit, as of this writing, appears to be free in the Mac App
>Store. I am not sure how long this has been the case, but it surprised
>me.

 


Posted by Lucas
Dec 13, 2016 at 06:01 PM

 

Thank you, Stephen, for finding that out.

(Here’s hoping that, if a pro version is introduced, those of us who paid for the software get a free upgrade.)

 


Posted by Paul Korm
Dec 13, 2016 at 08:59 PM

 

Why?  Robin is entitled to whatever he charges, just like any developer.  There are not enough independents trying to succeed in the “productivity” sector.  They deserve every penny.

Lucas wrote:
Thank you, Stephen, for finding that out.
> >(Here’s hoping that, if a pro version is introduced, those of us who
>paid for the software get a free upgrade.)

 


Posted by Lucas
Dec 13, 2016 at 09:35 PM

 

Yes, I wholeheartedly support such independent developers and encourage paying for their software, as I have done.

Given that the software costs money, and is now being offered for free, I was merely expressing my hope (not a demand or anything) that those who invested in the software would be rewarded in some way for that investment if a paid upgrade is introduced. I like to support independent developers and I also like to get the best value I can on what I spend such that my expenditures feel worthwhile. I think that’s relatively normal.

Paul Korm wrote:
Why?  Robin is entitled to whatever he charges, just like any developer.
> There are not enough independents trying to succeed in the
>“productivity” sector.  They deserve every penny.
> >Lucas wrote:
>Thank you, Stephen, for finding that out.
>>
>>(Here’s hoping that, if a pro version is introduced, those of us who
>>paid for the software get a free upgrade.)

 


Posted by Paul Korm
Mar 9, 2017 at 03:23 PM

 

Robin has issued an updated version 1.7 that adds QuickLook—which is really useful in Mac apps like DEVONthink and Curio that use Quick Look to display the contents of imported files.

Still free.  Hope he gets around to making us pay for his work someday.

 


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