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Old 01-12-2008, 11:33 PM
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A suggestion for SuperDuper Leopard version

Hi Dave,

Just finished catching up with your various Blog entries. Thanks for the updates. Look forward to seeing the final version of SD.

Regarding the choice of version number assigned to the next edition of SD, I suggest using 3.0, instead of 2.5. From your various descriptions, it seems the "upgrade" is much more extensive than what you would find within the same version, i.e. v2. May also further distinguish SD 3 as "more than just an upgrade", which can't be bad for sales.

Just my 2 cents.
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