HI, everyone, I wish I knew what to say but I guess I can ramble for a sec. PTP is certainly improved over the previous version. I think we can all agree that everybody wants something a bit different in life and PTP is no exception. What I want may not be what others want and vice versa.
Heres something I want .......the ability to upload an image into PTP and use it as my tile.....for instance a piece of honey tan slate. Just show me the way.
Post by Phil Rittenhouse on Jan 12, 2008 17:41:53 GMT -5
Yes you can. Our EULA permits installing a single license of Precision Tile Pro on more than one computer provided it is only used by a single individual.
The procedure is simply a matter of copying the installer (the file you download from us) onto your laptop and running it there after running it on your PC. You can do this via a local area network of by copying the installer to a removable drive.
Post by oxfordtiler on Mar 5, 2008 18:36:53 GMT -5
I found that it is very tidious work when inserting /working with borders on a wall layout as I will need to have 3 separate sections (bottom plain tile, border, top plain tiles). the problem occurs when trying to adjust the border to different hights. All the layout will need to be re-adjusted.
I don't know if the pro version will take care of this or not.
I think though that the price is EXTREMELY EXPENSIVE for the new Pro version and I would want the very best and useful functions to be incorporated in the program for that price before even considering purchasing one. At this stage I don't even bother downloading the demo version... Wat's the point if you know is too expensive!
18 Mar 2008. I feel that I have to make an apology to the forum for the way I have spoken about Precision Tile Pro. After some trials with several other software I now feel that Precision Tile Pro is definitely good value for the money. It is simple to use, effective and if runs as smooth as the standard version, then it is also VERY RELIABLE, (never crashed on me once).
There! I now feel better for getting it out of my thoughts.
regarding the scaling...can I set the document to print to say. quarter inch scale (meaning every 1/4" = 1') ? If not, how do I measure it manually after it is printed out? I'm not sure what it means when the page shows the scale as 1:16.44.
Post by Phil Rittenhouse on Mar 7, 2008 17:09:23 GMT -5
We plan on adding a special border tool to Precision Tile Pro in a future release.
Regarding price, you have to consider the value of the software brings to your business. When you consider the time saved, increased estimate accuracy, and increased sales due to a better presentation it is easy to justify the cost. In fact, in our survey of PT Pro users most felt it would pay for itself in less than a year. Many estimated it would pay for itself in just a few months.