hibidy wrote:I don't care for the idea that a product that I bought into on the premise of "small/local" developer that didn't deliver on fixing a basic problem (where the problem became he said/she said) doesn't have a resale policy because of the reasons outlined which seem to be "pirates are bad so all suffer".
But that's totally normal in society. Otherwise we wouldn't need traffic signs or doorlocks. The big misunderstanding of some people that have posted in this thread is that they think with such a policy everyone would be assumed to be a thief, which is as wrong as it can get.
And tbh, arguments like "But what if person A wants to sell the product to person B has never asked for any support and will never do" are pretty naive. The next day the product could stop working on his computer or person B has install issues, and then support will surely come into play. Same with the argument that we are all so nice and morally integer people that we will surely uninstall our product when we sell our license. The point is that there are people who aren't so morally integer. If you feel like complaining about the way you are treated, do it to these people, no company is to be blamed for their behavior.