Derrick C. Mancini <mancini at fysik.uu.se> wrote:
>In article <39buqb$mgc at terminator.rs.itd.umich.edu>, info at camsci.com wrote:
>> With all this discussion about a "ChemDraw-like" program, is there some
>> problem perceived with the original ChemDraw that everyone is trying to
>> find an alternative? I certainly can't begrudge anyone their personal
>> preferences, but if anyone knows of any problems with ChemDraw, then by
>> all means TELL us, so that we can fix them. ChemDraw has grown over the
>> last eight years primarily as a result of customer input, and if we are
>> not meeting your needs as well as we can, please let us know!
>Uh, sure, Jonathan. Price! I thought that was obvious. Where you have money
>in the budget for it, no problem. But if you are an educational user, and
>have to fork out of your own pocket, it is another matter.
I still don't understand. Our standard student price for ChemDraw is $49
($79 international). This really isn't more than many shareware fees. Our
non-student educational price for ChemDraw is $149 ($199 international),
which isn't that much either.
Is this the only problem?
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