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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : Cubic IDE Special
   posted by dietmar on 9-Jul-2010 17:30:54 (2206 reads)
Customers who purchase Cubic IDE before the beginning of the World Cup 2010 final on this Special Promotion page will get Cubic for free if the Nederlands win. The number of entries for this promotion is limited. Terms and conditions apply.

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Re: Cubic IDE Special
Posted on 9-Jul-2010 22:34:33
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Joined: 27-Oct-2006
Posts: 182
From: Amigania

Nice offer but...
This son of . . . . . is spoiling the spirit of the Dutch team

Last edited by wajdy on 09-Jul-2010 at 10:36 PM.

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Re: Cubic IDE Special
Posted on 9-Jul-2010 22:51:33
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Joined: 16-Mar-2010
Posts: 22
From: USA - Seattle, Wa

Bought a copy using the special. Had it error out after I paid through paypal. Couldn't Open Socket. Hopefully Dietmar Eilert e-mails me the license.

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Re: Cubic IDE Special
Posted on 9-Jul-2010 23:20:10
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Joined: 1-May-2003
Posts: 532
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Paul, don't worry about the error message, that's a long-standing php issue with the hoster. All transactions are properly recorded and you'll receive the download link by e-mail.

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Re: Cubic IDE Special
Posted on 10-Jul-2010 7:20:39
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Posts: 166
From: Here and there

Great special, as usual :) And even if the Netherlands won't make it, you'll make a great deal, Cubic IDE is definitely worth its money.

@dietmar: Do you plan to integrate the new MorphOS SDK?

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Re: Cubic IDE Special
Posted on 10-Jul-2010 10:53:11
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Joined: 23-Oct-2003
Posts: 13
From: Spain

This offer may be considered offensive and should be changed. Why not use a neutral argument? How about using if you get the usual spontaneous running around the field? instead of using words with connotations as who wins or who loses

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Re: Cubic IDE Special
Posted on 10-Jul-2010 12:11:49
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Posts: 3541
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Paul is great, but as he is the mistake .. to the casserole.
Well, the new adopted son for Spain.
Also we ask him about the Amiga X1000 and new Sam, which is the better?

Free programs&games:

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Re: Cubic IDE Special
Posted on 10-Jul-2010 16:21:26
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Unfortunately the CubicIDE hasn't used new MorphOS SDK (full, not beta). We are waiting for update, paid update if the author prefer...

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