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Re: Plugin site dead?

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lata wrote:Hi

In addition to the plug-in site not being available the Knowledge Base is also missing from the forum link and the main Corel site. I can only assume they are updating the web site but clearly the Plug-in site has been down for a while

Corel is on Facebook, probably the best option as other support is not free other that the 90 day period
https://www.facebook.com/Corel

I have passed the information on to Corel
I did that two weeks ago ...
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Re: Plugin site dead?

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lundbech wrote:
lata wrote:I have passed the information on to Corel
I did that two weeks ago ...
I also did so on Easter Monday.
In the Corel Your Way forum, Jen from Corel first said:
...the reason this is happening is NOT because ASP is dying. We are having an issue with the domains that AfterShot Pro is on.
and again on Thursday:
I am happy to say that the server issue is half fixed! It has taken some time because of a virus.
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Re: Plugin site dead?

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ROTFL...
A Virus?
Laughably lame excuse and the plugin site is still not reachable.

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afx wrote:ROTFL...
A Virus?
Laughably lame excuse and the plugin site is still not reachable.

cheers
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It's disgraceful.
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Re: Plugin site dead?

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Re: Plugin site dead?

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leahcimi wrote:Appears to be fixed:

http://www.aftershotpro.com/plugins/

:D
You probably should read other recent posts in this forum! :wink:
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Re: Plugin site dead?

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johanthor wrote:Thanks anyway Lundbech!
dFlyer had v3.2.0 and kindly sent me a copy. Let's hope Corel gets the official page up soon!

BR,
Johan
Could someone please send me a copy of zFrame v3.2.0? I really cannot find it due to the Corel plugin site disaster.

Regards
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Re: Plugin site dead?

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Just download it, the site is up again:
http://www.aftershotpro.com/plugins/ind ... lug=zframe

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Re: Plugin site dead?

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I think everything went downhill when Corel aquired Bibble Labs. Not everything was perfect with the labs, but they was periodicly active in the forum, there was a very active community participating in the forum, lots of creative and brilliant programmers from all around the world making plug-ins to address whatever was lacking in the program and bringing in new ideas all the time. It was a thriving community where everyone enthusiasticly (for good or worse) had their relationship with the company and the product. Then Corel happened...

Why am I not surprised that they can't (bother to) manage the plugin site or their internal linking..?
Long time AfterShot Pro & Bibble user...
http://creativewithlight.com/
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