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jelloween Oct 7
Replying to @mrmedina
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🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Dave the Scwede @ Home 🇸🇪 Oct 7
Replying to @jelloween @mrmedina
WOW, this should be front and centre, how abhorrent. With this addition it's essentially industrial theft.
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James Hall Oct 7
Replying to @mrmedina @mcclure111
Software as a service makes this possible.
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Sam ⚙️ Sarette Oct 7
There's plenty of traditionally paid and open source apps. Still stings bad, but this is why I don't support subscription software, even when less convenient.
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DSRabbit Oct 7
Replying to @mrmedina
Time to use the alternatives. 1) Affinity Photo/Publisher/Designer 2) Fire Alpaca/Medibang 3) Inkscape 4) Clip Studio Paint 5) Krita 6) Openshot 7) Gimp 8) Natron or just pirate it if you can't find any alternatives.
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Kay Kirscht Oct 8
Replying to @DSRabbit1 @mrmedina
Thanks for the gathering of alternative, non-subscription art software. Affinity *is* pretty nice! A few offerings I haven’t heard of, here.
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Richie Oct 7
Replying to @mrmedina
Wtf, why?
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Zach Oct 7
Replying to @mrmedina
Read it
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Cybercat Oct 7
Replying to @mrmedina @OisEucalypt
Wow well that sucks. This is another reason subscription services suck when it comes to art programs. All that money people spent and now they can't use it any more.
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OIS Oct 7
Replying to @CybercatArt @mrmedina
Price has gone up too, at least for us in Australia. I now can't afford to cover every classroom at work for 2020. Have prepared a bunch of alternatives that have a once off payment, or are $0.00 to get the cost down just to the core apps we need.
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