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Ernesto Puyana
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Do you have any recent news of TimeLineSolutions, the company that ended up with the TimeLine software? They don´t show up in any search ive tried. Im just curious. It was such a good DOS solution, how could it dissapear..


Bernard Ertl
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Timeline DOS was fantastic! Wish it had made the move to Windows!!
Bluey Golding
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Time Line 6 was bundled with Corel Office version 8, so I assume they acquired it. I agree, Time Line 5 for DOS was a great program and in its day was a market leader here in Oz. A pity SYMANTEC did not stick with its structure when they deveoped 6.