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Subject: RE: Why bother with 5.5.6?
Date: Fri, 16 Oct 1998 18:54:15 -0700
Remember that some of us will use features included in the upgrade, some will not. Those who need the features should upgrade, those who won't make use of them might well be advised to stay with the release they have. This is just the same as the way some framers use a specific set of features in Frame, and other framers use a different or overlapping set. It depends on what you use Frame for. Some people use footnotes a lot (I don't, but I use other sets of features instead). That's the way it is with a powerful, multipurpose application like Frame. I'll definitely use the Chinese and Korean too (been waiting a while for this). Dick Gaskill ---------- From: Mike Hedblom [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org] I use 5.5.3 on Solaris (UNIX) and after reading the FAQ and other assorted details about 5.5.6, I can find no reason to upgrade. I have no use for most of the features (XML, Word 97, Chinese & Korean, Color palette), and the other cool features are not available on UNIX (placed PDF and Adobe Online). <snip> So, if you beta tested this on UNIX, can you tell me why I should bother to upgrade? Thanks Mike ** To unsubscribe, send a message to email@example.com ** ** with "unsubscribe framers" (no quotes) in the body. **