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 WebFX - Is the support so bad???, Roger Zacharias, September 3, 2003
     Re:WebFX - Is the support so bad???, Erik Arvidsson, September 5, 2003
         Re:WebFX - Is the support so bad???, Roger Zacharias, September 8, 2003
             Re:WebFX - Is the support so bad???, Brian R. James, September 8, 2003
     Re:WebFX - Is the support so bad??? , Roger Zacharias, September 4, 2003
     Re:WebFX - Is the support so bad???, Script Daddy!, September 3, 2003
         Re:WebFX - Is the support so bad???, Guilherme Blanco, September 3, 2003

Subject: Re:WebFX - Is the support so bad??? From: Roger Zacharias Date: September 4, 2003

>Do you pay for Support? NO! So don't expect answer straight away!
>People here have more important things to do rather than sit on this board and answer questions!

Hello,

sorry - I didnīt want to annoy anyone. And I donīt expect anything for something we donīt pay. But you have to understand my problem: We want to use WebFX TabbedPane and XTree in a big commercial application and I am responsible for the Client- and Presentation Tier. I decided to use WebFX in our app because I think itīs really cool. But we have timeframes to deliver functionality and if noone can help me I have to plan to change my concept. So I asked if there is an alternative to WebFX, commercial or non-commercial? I only asked if Erik has examples or Links for us? A "no" would be enough to me.

So instead of wild discussing, can anyone help us with Lazy-Tab-Loading and Single-Tab-Refreshing?

Roger

 

 

 

From: Guilherme Blanco
Sent: September 3, 2003
Subject: Re:WebFX - Is the support so bad???

Don't be so impolite, Ben.

My friend... WebFX is a place that Erik and Emil use as a repository of their creations. They sell commercial licenses of their Scripts, but in 98% of cases, the usage is for non-commercial purposes.
So, they don't have any obligation to stay here answering our questions, but they stay, because they're great guys.
For commercial usage, if you have it, you can said this. But you need to think that they don't survive of wind. They need to make money, and they work hard for it. Erik works about 16 hours a day to recieve an amount to live. Emil I really dunno.

It's not so easy as you expect. We're a comunity, and we help each other, if we can.
I'm not trying to be impolite with you, but I think that, if you don't pay, you can't stay shouting the authors. I don't know them in real life, but I know them on Web. They're great people and always share knowledge (sometimes a little bit late), but they do what they can.

Regards,
Guilherme Blanco



From: Roger Zacharias
Sent: September 3, 2003
Subject: Re:WebFX - Is the support so bad???

Hello,

I posted two questions (look below) an didnīt get a appropriate answer since almost one week. So I think WebFX canīt be used in real-world business applications?!

Is there an alternative to WebFX, commercial or non-commercial?

Roger Zacharias, Wincor Nixdorf International GmbH





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