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Sundial Apps Shine for SCOUG Members

at the July, 1999 meeting

by Mark Abramowitz

No shadows were cast at the last SCOUG meeting even though condiments were strangely missing at Sundial Systems' presentation to SCOUG.

To the delight of SCOUG members, Sundial had so many new things to show that they didn't even get a chance to show us improvements to their flagship product, Relish.

Our members were able to see the many new changes being made to their Clearlook word processor, changes that should make this quick and slim workhorse a worldclass application.

For those of you that remember the secret, hush-hush presentation that Sundial gave last year of their prototype spam-busting application, code-named "Kiwi," you were as delighted as I was to see that it was re-worked from top to bottom in response to SCOUG member comments. They showed, we talked, they listened. The result is a new, unobtrusive, user-friendly interface with functionality that will make the finished product a sure winner - a true "killer app!"

Thanks again Sundial, for a fine presentation, as well as for your successful efforts in bringing us some the finest applications available under any platform!


The Southern California OS/2 User Group
P.O. Box 26904
Santa Ana, CA 92799-6904, USA

Copyright 1999 the Southern California OS/2 User Group. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

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