I downloaded a free trial of InDesign last week, but noting I only had 7 days to evaluate it, I decided not to click the "start trial" button until I knew I could dedicate an decent amount of time to it, i.e. not until next week.
This evening I've received an email saying my free trial is ending soon, yet the button still says "start trial".
Thanks for your reply, but I do not have another computer to run this trial on.
A "start now" button tells me I have control over when to start the trial. and as I haven't clicked it yet, my trial should not have started yet!
If the trial started the moment I downloaded the software, the button should NOT have said "start trial"; it should have said "your trial has now started" or started a countdown, or something else to very clearly indicate the trial had already begun.
If Adobe is going to limit trials to 7 days, then it needs to make it VERY CLEAR when those trials begin!
screw you that's complete bs from where I'm sitting, and you need to disclose that when you start and not in your 5000-page essay that you call "terms and conditions" you money hunger, greedy company I'm so glad I'm giving you nothing with every year you prove to me more and more why you are despicable, at what point will you put customers (NOT CONSUMERS!!) ahead of your greedy practices. how many of these replies have you gotten rid of because you can't handle the backlash. honestly, adobe as a company will never get my money until they change their ways.