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I'm closed to buy v1.3 but I'm interested by v1.4 new features. 


Could you please explain how license works regarding upgrades ? Will I have free upgrade to v1.4, 1.5, and coming ones ? If not, what is the average cost per year for and up-to-date user ?


Thanks !

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Updates are made frequently and are for free. Upgrades  (1.2 .1.3 1.4 etc...) are payable. If you buy 1.3 now you are exempt form the upgrade payment for 4 months. Our last upgrade from version 1.2 to 1.3 was €145. From ver. 1.4 onwards all our upgrades will cost €99.

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