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I am just curious, has the X10 Private Beta testing started yet?  I seem to recall about this time last year e-mails were sent out inviting people to join in on the Private Beta testing of Chief Architect X9.

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Hello Lance,

 

Yes, we have begun recruiting for the beta team.  There will be an email toward the end of the month about joining the beta team.  If you are interested in beta, you can send a request email to beta@chiefarchitect.com

 

Kind regards,

 

Derek Pedersen

Chief Architect Software

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@ChiefSales

 

Hi Derek I would appear you need to edit your spelling of chiefarchitect  in your email link :) ....    finally figured out what the issue was with my sent email...  hopefully they don't get 4-5 from me :)

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Busted, I'm just glad the spelling police didn't get me again.

 

 

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On ‎11‎/‎14‎/‎2017 at 1:18 PM, ChiefSales said:

....There will be an email toward the end of the month about joining the beta team.  If you are interested in beta, you can send a request email to beta@chiefarchitect.com

 

Kind regards,

 

Derek Pedersen

Chief Architect Software

If one was a beta tester on the last version do

they have to send in a new request for X10?

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If one was a beta tester on the last version do

they have to send in a new request for X10?

 

yes

 

Lew

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Busy beta testers, I look forward to your comments on X10 when the non-disclosure period is over. Also look forward to the X10 complete upgrade list of features and improvements too!

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On 11/18/2017 at 10:57 AM, lbuttery said:

If one was a beta tester on the last version do

they have to send in a new request for X10?

 

yes

 

Lew

i had to ask so i would say yes as i did beta on X9

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