On the other hand, the majority who don't need to integrate word processing are 
probably thinking "why the heck are they spending so much time and resources 
trying to reinvent word processing when they could be working on <x>"?

I can see both points of view, but for 4D Write I do think 4D has shown a 
steady dedication and commitment to taking an ancient tool and moving it 
forward into current technology. That email wording was probably a mistake 
though -- unless 4D has decided that 32 bit applications are ending with v16 
(which I don't think is the case).

Jeffrey Kain

> On Feb 2, 2018, at 6:41 AM, Don Lapin via 4D_Tech <4d_tech@lists.4d.com> 
> wrote:
> Please let us know what you find out, Tim. From here it's looking like there 
> was never any intention of creating anything but a fig leaf.

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