Peter - IK Multimedia wrote:sfd - I'm happy to hear that you feel we put great effort into marketing, but there is no reason for that to be used to marginalize the efforts of our developers and that team as they work just as hard if not harder and we've already explained that there were delays so a decision was made to get it out when ready (which thankfully is coming soon). I hope you do enjoy it when it is released, or at least do give it a try to check it out.
Peter - Great marketing is not the same thing as great products.
The lack of wearable results marginalize IKM's credibility and create inflation on your use of the term 'coming soon'.
You've been saying that for a year or more. It's a gross abuse of customer confidence.
By doing so you've also built up high expectations. The chances are high that people's expectations will be higher then what you can deliver.
You have been unable to answer questions form people. You've been saying that you can't tell at this time because it's not until you've the finished product you'll know.
That is an excellent illustration of the lack of structure you've at IKM.
Any major company who decide to make a software draws a plan on what this is going to be. So every member of the development team knows what to do. You don't sit down and think "Hm maybe I should write a code for making it possible to use to mouse to scroll trough the libraries". He already know what to do when he comes to the office in the morning.
But not at IKM. At IKM you are obviously stumbling in the dark.
People have asked about the system requirements. Other then it's going to be a 64-bit you don't have the slightest clue. A serous developer knows the system requirements from the pint on where he's writing the very firs line of a code. But not at IKM.
Yes - I'm sure ST3 will speak for it self when it's, eventually, released.