Holy $h^t I shoulda popped some popcorn before browsing through this. I think I can agree with the general consensus here when they say they hate to see y’all go to Corel. I had some “professional” something or other program come with my wacom tablet I bought over a year now and I haven’t even bothered to learn its name.
As far as all the complaints about current features being limited, it might appease everyone to offer a discount to current users or possibly to just give us an official “do not update” notice once you decide to kick in the new pro and free versions.
Thats not to say were entitled to a free lifetime of updated software nor is it to say that your not entitled to make money. However there is a certain value in having a loyal test group and it generally takes time out of both party’s day to deal with bugs with the software. So it would seem only fair to notify said group before the big swing to corporate “professional” software. I personally disabled my automatic updates so that I could at least get a look at the pricing and restrictions beforehand. Most specifically what
Advanced SVG export with additional web development options.
means. Right now at a 99$ or even 79$, with no real prototyping available I’m leaning a little toward sketch as cumbersome as sketch seems to be.