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  1. "FlashPaper is now available as a standalone product"… on some-but-not-all platforms, yes…?
    (Contribute 3.0 includes FlashPaper on both Mac and Win. There’s a FlashPaper standalone available for Windows now too, in single-unit and 10-pack. The FAQ says "no Mac standalone" but doesn’t say why… I believe it’s a combination of (a) lesser demand for such a specialty SKU (each new catalog item requires $X to initialize); (b) higher proportion of known Mac users will be looking at Contribute w/ FlashPaper anyway; (c) Mac OS X includes PDF generation, further reducing need. Those are just my guesses based on what I’ve seen, though.)
    I’m guessing that the Windows 10-pack will be the way most standalone FlashPaper sales go, to equip an office of people who need to create web illustrations from office software but who don’t need to edit web text themselves.
    jd/mm

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