This is you get a free version if you create a skin, right?Originally Posted by 12Vsystems.com
Last month we made ESX Manager available to the public. After getting flamed from the horible installer (which is now fixed) we got some really good feedback.
A lot of the bug fixes that were requested have been implemented in the new version, a new theme was submitted and the installer was fixed.
I am offering any mp3car members a free version until 5/20/05. This includes all future updates and releases.
If you create a skin please email it to me. I will make it available to everyone.
Download ESX Manager
*Included your MP3car user name.
Nope this is just an out right free version. The feedback we got over the last couple weeks from the MP3Car community was great. There were a lot of bug posts which we were able to fix and our software got a lot better. I think a lot of people avoided trying it because it cost $30.
So I am making it free for the next two weeks. I hope people will continue to post feedback. Someone has already submitted a skin and I hope other people will submit theirs. Our goal is to make the software better.
The software now works on Windows 2000 as long as you have SP4.
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in a nutshell...Originally Posted by C4M
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The reason I chose Frodoplayer over Road Runner is that Frodoplayer has some useable skins. That's a feature that I need that Frodoplayer has. What I'm saying here might sound obvious, but I see you have x10 support, and yet you still have horrible skins. That new skin is a huge improvement, but not even close to what it would take for me to try your program. Look at Brightlife and LS 2.0. If you want to see some money, don't attempt to leave this task to the users.
I'm really making two points here. If you want your software to be popular you must 1) prioritize your features according to what the most people want, e.g. music, gps, nice skins 2) have some kind of unique feature in which more than a few people are actually interested.
The simplest way to do the latter is make excellent skins. Post screen shots that make every other player look antiquated, and everyone will try your software.
But of course, once you get people to try it, it will sink or swim depending on stability and speed.
Thanks for the feedback murdermuppet I think we over looked the importance of the graphical interface. We have spent the last week working around the clock to create a new theme and add support for custom graphic buttons.
The results. I'll let the people of the forums judge.
I will also extend the offer for free registration until the end of the month.
So far I have had over 50 people register copies. Feedback has been a little lite so if you download the program tell us what you do/don't like.
I will be installing this tonight. Do I need an Inet connection on the machine to register it? I will reviewing it for www.mobile-effects.com
In case you didn't know, we've had screen shots of the demo in the gallery for ESX Manager for a while. We have been waiting for an offer like this to give a fair review of the software.
Thanks much for offering this, and we'll help with some feedback.
Free file hosting, picture gallery hosting for installs, PM me.
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I Know that somebody ask you to take alook to brightlife but you when all over
(is tha the volume shape thinghy from bright life??)