iamntz wrote:When you buy a software, you buy it for what it is at that moment, not for what may became.
mwb1100 wrote:iamntz wrote:When you buy a software, you buy it for what it is at that moment, not for what may became.
But you can also complain when it appears that the support you thought you might get doesn't materialize.
handycam wrote:You know what? Don't buy it.
I paid for ST2. I use it every day, all day. Whatever I paid for it, I more than got my money's worth. Even if it never gets updated again. It's an career expense, a tool I needed.
I am using the ST3 beta. When it comes out, I will pay for that too. PAst experience has shown it's a tool that has worked well for me, day in and day out, enabling me to do my job better.
Now, if it doesn't work right for you, or you're not comfortable with spending ~$75 a year on the tool you use every day, or don't like the way Sublime is developed/updated, please just go buy another editor.
gregor.hoch wrote:ST2 was available as a beta for a long time with amazingly frequent updates, bug fixes and everything. Problems were posted here and sometimes fixed within a day. Based on this history, ST2 had a long and prosperous life span. The ONLY problem is that Jon should have called the version 'stable' much earlier so that people wouldn't complain about the lag of updates. If you forget about this labeling issue, I don't know about many other software products that had such an active developer who provided so frequent updates. For many people that is something they love about ST.
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