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First off let me just say: I purchased and have been happily using VideoPad 3.79. I really like the program, and I'm glad there's a relatively cheap, powerful alternative to the big-name programs out there. As I've used it, naturally I've found a few bugs. I tried submitting a bug report today, and I got this message: Great! There's a new version! So I (thankfully) backed up my old installation as the installer told me to, and installed the new version only to find that my license key is not compatible. Okay... I'll just upgrade... This is the upgrade price. WOW. I'm a programmer and software developer myself, and I know it takes money to make programs like this, but it's 2015, and we live in the age of free updates. I'm pretty understanding, but this is almost as much as I originally paid for the software. That's ridiculous. So I guess I have a couple grievances. 1. The message after you submit a bug report prompting you to upgrade is incredibly misleading. It makes it sound like there is no charge for upgrading, and users could accidentally upgrade without making a backup only to find that their license key is incompatible. 2. The upgrade price is ludicrously high. I think the average user (myself included) would be willing to pay anywhere from $0 to $20 for an upgrade, if the original software cost $70. $20 is even stretching it a little. 3. I might be okay with dropping $50 on an upgrade if I knew what was new or fixed. There appears to be no official changelog anywhere. What's new? Which bugs have been fixed? Has the bug I wanted to report been fixed? Who knows. Sorry for the rant, but this "upgrade price" will cause me to not upgrade for a very, very, very long time. Why should I upgrade when it costs an arm and a leg and I don't even know what's changed? I could be paying for a minor update for all I know. I have been recommending VideoPad to my friends, but I might not anymore.
I would like my invoice to show, in 2 columns, the item price without tax and then with tax. Is there a way to do this? Thanks