R-Comp responds to Grapevine feedbackBy Chris Williams. Published: 2nd May 2006, 10:25:34 | Permalink | Printable
Hold on to your hatsVersion 2.11 of online chat client Grapevine is being prepared after a recent update left some users less than impressed. Although a number of punters say they are happy with the software, publisher R-Comp says it is working to resolve issues in version 2.10 that others have come across.
More details and user impressions soon...
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