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More powerful and functional Compress than PVelite

More powerful and functional Compress than PVelite

More powerful and functional Compress than PVelite

I use both s/w.
Supreme program will be of mixed one of both softwares.
The compress is more cnovennient but less functional than othe program.

I'd antipate next build of compress to be big changed and reflected with user's requirements so far and further, considering the merits of pvelite.

Thanks a lot.


RE: More powerful and functional Compress than PVelite

Many of the features in COMPRESS have come from suggestions and requests from our customers. However, I cannot guarantee that any particular suggestion will be incorporated into the program, or when it might be incorporated. The latter issue depends on many factors such as our workload and available personnel, how simple the requested feature is to implement, and how useful it may be to other users.

Certainly a place for you to start is to describe specific features that you wish to see applied in COMPRESS. Your message above does not seem to provide such a shopping list.

I suggest that you send your requests directly to Codeware rather than through this forum.

   "Although this forum is monitored by Codeware it is not intended as a venue for technical support and should not be used as the primary means of technical support."

  Tom Barsh
  Codeware Technical Support

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