Any help and advise is much appreciated. This thread is locked.
You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Rohn Replied on February 16, Once MS gets your money, they really don't want to give it back. They figure they didn't get to be billionaires by giving refunds You want an exchange for Mac version.
That may make it a little easier to convince them. You are going to have to fight with MS Support again. Get more info on gift card refunds at Microsoft gift card terms and conditions. If worst comes to works, you can still use the PC version by running it in a "Windows Emulator". Bootcamp is the only name I know in Mac, but I'm sure there are others.
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Thanks for marking this as the answer. View full size. Today, just over about 16 months since that announcement, Transmit is back on the Mac App Store.
Transmit 5 in the Mac App Store, coming later this year. However, today, Transmit was released on the Mac App Store with a subscription-based business model that includes a 7-day free trial.
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In a blog post about the release, Cabel Sasser confirms that sandboxing played a role in the decision not to release Transmit 5 on the Mac App Store, but has changed to allow Transmit to return to the Store:. Does it have the same features as regular Transmit 5?
As Panic indicated back in June, the business model for Transmit on the Mac App Store differs from the direct-sale version available on Panic. The Mac App Store version is subscription-only, which is designed to make the app more economical for users who only need to use it for a short time.