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Posted by Mark
Jun 9, 2012 at 04:59 PM


After a long wait.


Not very exciting, though. Most of the items that have been at the top of the roadmap (http://www.kinook.com/Forum/showthread.php?s=&threadid=3204) are still at the top of the roadmap and haven’t been implemented.


Posted by critStock
Jun 9, 2012 at 10:59 PM


Wow, calling this a major upgrade is really stretching it from this user’s point of view. I guess Windows 8 compatibility is something, but the timing is odd, since Win 8 isn’t even on sale yet, and I’ll bet a LOT of users will be sticking with Win 7 for a while. The rest of the improvements seem trivial. I would be interested to know how many UR4 users pay to upgrade at this point….


Posted by jimspoon
Jun 9, 2012 at 11:44 PM


I wonder why UR won’t work with newer versions of Windows.  I had to upgrade from UR 3 to UR 4 for this reason.  In contrast - my old Ecco Pro, which has been out of development since 1997, has worked with every version with Windows that came out since.

UR, like other one-person efforts, has a glacial pace of development.  The features of this upgrade do seem very minor, and i won’t be getting it.


Posted by Dr Andus
Jun 10, 2012 at 12:16 AM


jimspoon wrote:
>UR, like other
>one-person efforts, has a glacial pace of development.  The features of this upgrade
>do seem very minor, and i won’t be getting it.

Looking at the meagre new features I don’t feel tempted to upgrade either. Although in the meantime I’ve also discovered ConnectedText (or, rather, figured out how to use it) and it obviates the need for UR for me. Speaking of one-person efforts, here is all the development Eduardo Mauro had done since v. 5 had been released, and these were all free (presumably while he is also working on v. 6):


Posted by Daly de Gagne
Jun 10, 2012 at 02:49 PM


Very disappointing - and as has been noted little progress on the roadmap items.

One wonders about Kinook’s commitment to UltraRecall.



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