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October 19th, 1999

[4:45 PM] OpenGraph Developers Asking For Feedback, Trading Free Advanced Features

VVI-DCS has announced an effort to get user feedback on OpenGraph and GraphBuilder. In return for that feedback in advance of an upcoming new release, the company will unlike advanced versions for licensees of current versions. According to VVI-DCS:

Release of the next OpenGraph and GraphBuilder CD versions is imminent. To help make them the best ever VVI-DCS is asking for input from the community. To aid that process VVI-DCS is issuing free commercial license key strings to all present holders of the Complimentary GraphBuilder CD. With that string GraphBuilder's powerful features are unlocked for comprehensive and uncompromising commercial use.

This is part of our effort to make GraphBuilder the leading interactive layout tool and OpenGraph the leading development framework for data and graphical display on Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server.

You can find more information on this offer at the company's web site.


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