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At 08:21 AM 03/27/2000 -0800, Janet Valade wrote:
>2. Clickbook ... I had lots of problems with it, but
>was always able to make it work in the end.
>http://www.bluesquirrel.com. About $50 I think.
I bought this, but was unable to reinstall it (either from the original
disks or from backup disks). I both E-Mailed and snail mailed Blue
Squirrel, complete with my registration number, date of purchase, etc. They
never even deigned to respond.
I'm very upset about this, since I had wanted to use the product, and even
bought the hard copy of their printed manual -- yet it is completely
useless to me, and Blue Squirrel flatly refused to even try to resolve the
So caveat emptor. I would never deal with them again.