Nina,

At 08:04 AM 9/5/99 -0500, you wrote:

>your story sounds too typical.  sometimes ibm doesn't know who's on first.

 It's a shame; many good products get trampled or ignored due to poor
marketing.

>we went with asna for visual rpg 3 years ago.  

 Since the program is intended to be distributed to my client's customers,
they were concerned over the runtime fees associated w/ each copy.  This is
unacceptable, since they effectively have to pay over and over again.
Also, this project doesn't really require interfacing w/ the /400.

>we had considered ibm's visual rpg, but at the time it required os/2 and
>that wouldn't work for us.  

 It doesn't today, which is why I'm in the midst of giving it a whirl.

 -mark

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