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March 12, 2010

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Darrel

The biggest drawback that I see is that it quickly dates your software as the decor goes out of fashion. ;)

Geof Harries

Does the application use an actual photograph of the dental office you were in or is it just a general-purpose image?

David Sherwin

It's a general-purpose image, but it matched the exact layout of the room in terms of each specific thing shown. (No text labels on everything, mind you.) :)

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