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    Quilt Pro

    Is there a demo version by any chance? I would love to try it, but don't want to invest if it's not a good fit for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peckish View Post
    Thanks for the list, Peggi. I only found one that's Mac compatible. It's Foundation Factory, which I already have.
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    Oh, you didn't say Mac! lol. It looks like they released a Mac version last year, they have a free trial. You might also consider installing virtualization software so you can run Windows programs on your Mac. My DH uses VMWare.

    From the Quilt-Pro website:

    "Activation allows you to purchase and try-out Quilt-Pro risk free for 30 days. If you decide that Quilt-Pro is not right for you, you can return it during the 30 trial period, provided that you do not permanently activate Quilt-Pro. Once you permanently activate Quilt-Pro, it is non-refundable."

    Hope this helps!

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    They are doign their trial versions different now. I have 123Quilt and QuiltPro version 6 for Windows, I neve have seem to gotten into using the QuiltPro. If you do find that you want to buy it, I am interested in selling my copy for $75. I do have the disk and the book. The activation is transferrable. I have verified this with the company as I had bought version 5 and sold it on here when the upgrade came out. Let me know if you are interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by natalieg View Post
    If you do find that you want to buy it, I am interested in selling my copy for $75. I do have the disk and the book. The activation is transferrable. I have verified this with the company as I had bought version 5 and sold it on here when the upgrade came out. Let me know if you are interested.
    I would be interested but I use a Mac. The software isn't compatible. I'm a Mac person, but I wish stuff wasn't so much more expensive than PC's.
    Dorian

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