You get updates?
It's been like two years.. must be pretty often...
Considering it's been 2 1/2 years since the last time any updates have been pushed, HELL NO.DavidMalan wrote: ↑Wed Jul 21, 2021 4:27 am Honest question, though it may seem a bit snarky. I'm just tired of companies not being straight forward with their customers and hiding behind language, guilting or ransom tactics.
I've been using a few different slicers and have seen Simplify3D mentioned a few times in various locations as a recommendation. I'm looking at their website and am thinking about purchasing.
I am a bit reticent, however, they have a ton of weasel/marketing terms, such as: "the most powerful 3D printing software available" and "industry-leading". And it looks like the $150 "purchase" price is actually an annual license, as the site implies that you'll only get updates for a year. They don't list any renewal fees, so my assumption is that they will spring that on you a couple of months before your license expires via emails proclaiming "detrimental loss of security and functionality, renew now!".
Am I off the reservation here? Would you recommend it?
I think you'll find this is not a bug.Supports often being generated even when manually removed.