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>While I don't know where Stefan got the "ancient" version of Frame for $50,
>I can say that there are a number of mail-order software distributors who
>specialize in "old" or "ancient" software (products that are one, two, three,
>or more levels removed from what is currently selling on retail shelves). It's
>perfectly legal to purchase and upgrade (sometimes at a significant discount),
>plus you can try out the older version to see if it's something you might like.
Dave, do you have addresses or phone numbers for such catalogs? Thanks!