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dakiru
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Re: New design

Post by dakiru » Fri Nov 27, 2009 3:22 am

Pibuz wrote:Sorry: I just noticed one thing in the "news" section:

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Also - as an update to the Indigo 100 licence, we have decided instead of lifetime of upgrades we'll only do limits up to Indigo version 100.0. We expect to release Indigo 100 sometime in 3012. Email me if you'd like to discuss or comment on this.

This means that my son's son's son's son's son's son's son's son's son's grandson won't be able to use my license?
That is SO sad.

LOL
As far as I remember, this life-time license is not transferable. So, only you can use the license purchased by you ^^

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Re: New design

Post by snorky » Tue Dec 01, 2009 7:07 pm

from http://www.indigorenderer.com/buy wrote:What is an Indigo lifetime licence?

An Indigo lifetime licence is a normal Indigo full licence, except that you will never have to pay for upgrades. Instead of paying for the upgrade from Indigo 2.0 to Indigo 3.0, you get free upgrades for as long as Indigo is developed. There were 100 Indigo lifetime licences available, but over 70 have sold.

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Re: New design

Post by Josh » Wed Dec 02, 2009 5:16 am

I don't know if somebody has mentioned it already, but it's annoying to scroll down the whole forum page to get to the login boxes. I think they should be accessible at the top.

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Re: New design

Post by dakiru » Wed Dec 02, 2009 5:23 am

Josh wrote:I don't know if somebody has mentioned it already, but it's annoying to scroll down the whole forum page to get to the login boxes. I think they should be accessible at the top.
Ahaaa, they are at the bottom! Thanks for telling, I logged in through "Private messages" >_<

+1 to the suggestion.

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Re: New design

Post by Borgleader » Wed Dec 02, 2009 7:17 am

I still think we should get rid of the excess whitespace... theres so much of it its almost racist XD

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Re: New design

Post by neo0. » Wed Dec 02, 2009 5:01 pm

Ideally, there would be a small login icon at the top, which pops upon the two login fields when clicked.

This isn't really relevant to the visual side of the site, but how about new, emergin webstandards like HTML5?

Imagine.. The new media features could be used to create video tutorials.. The drag and drop features could be used to organize your gallary images or even something like your favorite materials..

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Re: New design

Post by Stur » Wed Dec 09, 2009 2:24 am

Stur wrote:
benn wrote:Let me know if there's anything that desperately needs changing.
Furthermore, the pictures seem automatically resized, thus they are very aliased.

Am I the only one to be bugged by auto-resized-über-aliased-posted pictures ?

It's cool not to loose the overall layout of the forum because of a too big picture, but we should be able to see the real size one by clicking on it shouldn't we ?

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Re: New design

Post by Zom-B » Wed Dec 09, 2009 3:42 am

Stur wrote:
Stur wrote:... we should be able to see the real size one by clicking on it shouldn't we ?
yes we should!!!



By the way... if you use the search function on the top, the whole layout gets compressed in the width quite much for the search results!

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Re: New design

Post by OnoSendai » Wed Dec 09, 2009 10:02 am

snorky wrote:
from http://www.indigorenderer.com/buy wrote:What is an Indigo lifetime licence?

An Indigo lifetime licence is a normal Indigo full licence, except that you will never have to pay for upgrades. Instead of paying for the upgrade from Indigo 2.0 to Indigo 3.0, you get free upgrades for as long as Indigo is developed. There were 100 Indigo lifetime licences available, but over 70 have sold.
Fixed, thanks.

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