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KillerTux.com: Quanta Gold 3.2 - A follow up review

Dec 03, 2001, 17:07 (20 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to Sarah for this link. ]

"In our initial review, we downloaded the Quanta Gold 3.0 tar.gz file from thekompany.com website. Unfortunately, after working with the product for about 15 hours (not stated in the initial review) we could not recommend the product. The time-out made it impossible to fully work with the product, there were erratic mouse movements, highlighting and colors were constantly changing, the project's section was strange, and there were limited options for customizing the product.

After publishing this review, the CEO of thekompany approached us and offered his explanation and newer files for testing. According to the CEO, the product is loved by many people and these people were asking for the product to be released. The CEO also offered us a demo version with new files and ones that did not time out. He also explained that anyone purchasing the product has access to newer files - demonstrating that thekompany stands strongly behind their product.

Unlike our last review, this one is done with the Quanta Gold 3.2 provided by thekompany. It is much more solid; that is, only two crashes were experienced on a Mandrake 8.1 box. In addition, unlike the last review, we can recommend this product for anyone interested in hand coding html."

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