@rjbull: We invest several thousand Euros every month to drive traffic to our website. I kindly ask for your understanding that we do not want to give competitors free exposure/advertising. If you want to discuss other products, you are welcome and free to do it everywhere else (e.g. here) but please do not do it in our support forum that is solely dedicated for technical issues with PhraseExpress as explained in our forum disclaimer
have inspired DirectAccess quite a bit for "his" forum disclaimer
. This guy is just plain incredible. *duckandcover* :-)).
Your actual support request was quite general in nature and it would require a 30 minute training to configure PhraseExpress for your specific task if we would have to start from "zero". That is why we recommended you to start with the manual that explains the general concept with many step-by-step video tutorials.
This would give you an overview about the PhraseExpress concept and would make it much easier for us and
for you to go into details afterwards. We are there to help but it makes it easier if you made some first steps with PhraseExpress first before engaging with advanced configuration. I am sorry that I have not made this clear in my first reply to you.
> "It was basically about features being integrated rather than a byte-for-byte copy that I remember."
Just one example and evidence
@J-Mac: Unfortunately, my Breevy related postings have been censored/deleted here and I have been banned from this forum (so much about “1984”). That said, I find it important to mention that I never said that Breevy stole from us
. I rather mentioned that the Breevy maker seem to have been very
attracted by the DirectAccess
user interface. My posting had nothing
to do with PhraseExpress. I actually was advocate
for DirectAccess in that particular
> how can we expect someone to not reply to a thread claiming he has no proof people are stealing his work?This is a very good point.
A few users here are twisting my words as they like and expect from me not to set it straight.