I think that we must let here a links with the manuals of AITB products for everybody can download it ´cause the page not exist already, in this post or in other specific only with the links of the manuals.
guys, anyone have news about availability of unprotected versions for customers or how to reach Niklas? i need to reinstall stuff after formatting and i was using heavily the AITB stuff on the last projects i was developing before my pc going belly up.. i just sent an email to support email address and it seems like it just bounced back...so at the moment i m kinda stuck ... Please Niklas , let us have a way to use our libraries without C/R hassle when possible!
never mind, didnt realize that the customers login was still active... anyway, still wouldnt hurt at all having the libraries without protection to avoid unpleasant surprises like "whoa, when did the site go offline?" in the future..hopefully though , since i see Niklas has always been very caring about customers so far in my experience, he will provide the unprotected versions in some while and warn us if eventually the site is about disappearing.. my 2 cents, anyway
Not a very good idea, but.... Just imagine that the same thing happens with AA this time. Even if Nebula is a wonderful tool, it's still software and the company (only one developer in that case) may close without any warning. This sad story made me think about my tools. Now, I try not to count only on Nebula : different plugs brands and hardware.
I really hope that AITB will come back soon to help us to use these programs on our new machines.
Well it was AITB who brought up the matter of a transition of some kind; not sure where we stand on that now but it has been quiet for almost 60 days now. If AITB is just gone and my current installation is the last install I'll ever get of those products so be it; but I hope other devs will take note here when people like me (who buy a lot of libraries) say "I will never buy another copy protected Nebula library" because of this. I realize there's a lot to lose and pirates are everywhere but frankly that's just not my top concern once I've crossed the threshold into "paying customer" land. AITB would have been the last dev I would have expected to drop off so if it can happen to them it can happen to anyone else as far as I'm concerned.