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Old 03-03-2010, 01:46 AM   #5
Join Date: Mar 2010

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Not that it matters to me since it doesnt apply to me but, when you said "entitled to free upgrades toV1.0 (and beyond)", "and beyond" modifies what came just before it which was "free upgrades to V1.0". This is basic english grammer. You may not have meant that but that is what you said by the way you wrote it, that free upgrades went beyond V1.0 (this is what was stated, not implied). What was implied was that there may be Versions in the future beyond V1.0. There cant be that many people under this agreement wanting upgrades and good business sense and good customer service and business goodwill would dictate honoring what was stated in the agreement. A happy customer tells many, an unhappy customer tells many many more.
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