Who is still out there?

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doug
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Who is still out there?

Postby doug » March 29th, 2017, 9:49 am

It has been nearly 6 weeks since the last active posing on this forum. But I notice that the views of that last posting by people who visit but don’t weigh in keep going up (now up to 170).

Despite the recent change in PWP’s status, it remains my go-to editor and I don’t anticipate that changing anytime soon. I have been using PWP for nearly 13 years so I am very familiar with its features and idiosyncrasies. It does virtually everything I need it to do and does it very well. I’m not particularly eager to start fresh to lean a different approach to editing (such as layers, for example).

I check in on the forum nearly every day to see if there are new hints or tips. This post is merely out of curiosity to learn if there are many more out there in the same boat I am. If there are a lot, let’s try to keep this forum active. We may need each other’s help some day.

Doug

Bob Walker
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Re: Who is still out there?

Postby Bob Walker » March 29th, 2017, 10:24 am

Doug,

I monitor the forums fairly regularly. I will continue using PWP as long as there's no better choice.

Bob W

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Re: Who is still out there?

Postby Staylor2 » March 29th, 2017, 11:35 am

Ditto for me. I check this forum every day. I intend to keep using PWP as long as I can.
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Re: Who is still out there?

Postby mjdl » March 30th, 2017, 12:17 am

For those who use the Firefox web browser, there's a very useful extension called Update Scanner.

It essentially stores the textual content of a web page and checks once a day (or shorter/longer intervals' whenever you have the browser open) if more than a specified number of characters has changed. When changes have occurred, it automatically opens a version of the page with them highlighted.

Enormously useful when you want to monitor changed pages without much effort!

Dieter Mayr
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Re: Who is still out there?

Postby Dieter Mayr » March 30th, 2017, 10:41 am

Same here, I look in here regulary, and use PWP as my main editor.
I see it this way: PWP is a well grown product, and so seems to be it's userbase, at least the part active here.
So we all know our PWP quite well, not many now thins to ask about, it just works as we expect, know and love.
Dieter Mayr

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Re: Who is still out there?

Postby MahnEngland » March 30th, 2017, 3:22 pm

Dieter Mayr wrote:Same here, I look in here regulary, and use PWP as my main editor.
I see it this way: PWP is a well grown product, and so seems to be it's userbase, at least the part active here.
So we all know our PWP quite well, not many now thins to ask about, it just works as we expect, know and love.


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MarkT
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Re: Who is still out there?

Postby MarkT » March 30th, 2017, 3:24 pm

Much the same as the others, I drop by the forum once a week or so , to see if anyone has posted. I plan on using PWP 7 for the foreseeable future - no reason not to, unless PWP 8 becomes a reality...

jsachs
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Re: Who is still out there?

Postby jsachs » March 31st, 2017, 12:32 pm

I'm still here too.

In case anyone is wondering, I am making good progress on PWP 8.0, but it is a massive rewrite and I predict it will take several more months before I have anything ready for public consumption. The results are promising so far and I hope the end product proves useful.

There may be some interruption in the web site as we switch to a new ISP in April, but hopefully it will be brief. This message board is already migrated so that should remain accessible.

Jonathan Sachs
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Bob Walker
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Re: Who is still out there?

Postby Bob Walker » March 31st, 2017, 2:30 pm

Jonathan,

Glad things are going so well. I am waiting patiently. Is "retirement" not in your vocabulary?

Bob W

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Re: Who is still out there?

Postby jsachs » March 31st, 2017, 2:33 pm

This is what I enjoy doing and I'm not making any money at it, so I think it counts as retirement.

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