Roy Schestowitz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Laurent Bugnion wrote:
>> Finally, the "minus" version of Yanoff is infested with reminder of how
>> much better the "plus" version is. Some of these annoying reminders are
>> even presented under the form of a pop-up. Some buttons have their text
>> replaced by something like "Register" "to get" "this feature" and the
>> likes. I mean, it's funny (not) the first time you see it, but after a
>> moment, it gets really annoying and makes you want to throw your PDA
>> through the window.
>If you use a free version, I don't think you have the right to complain
>about this particular aspect.
Cmon Roy, he has a *right* to complain about anything he wants. This is Usenet
after all. Just as you seem to want to use your *right* to complain about his
But really I appreciate his honest review. It certainly beats those so called
reviews on many of the Palm sites that are really camouflaged ads. "Oh I just
happened to be over at ebook this morning and saw this neat book about...".
I had considered trying the updated Yanoff product. But I too hate those
annoying reminders. So the review saved me the trouble of loading up the trial.
The author certainly has other less obnoxious ways to protect himself such as
using a time limit. But of course he has a *right* to do it any way he wants,
and the market will decide. That's the *right* way... ;)