FW Editor: What are your plans or objectives for the near future?
S. Greer: Enhancing support systems.
FW Editor: Do you plan to develop a new software, or are you more focused on optimizing the current ones?
S. Greer: Mostly optimizing the current ones.
FW Editor: How and when did you start creating VBStyler?
S. Greer: I started last summer as a hobby.
FW Editor: What is your favorite VBStyler feature? Why?
S. Greer: My current favorites are the "Gradient Controls" the give the functionality of most common controls, but they also allow for effects that normal programing can't supply.
FW Editor: What do you plan to add next to your application?
S. Greer: This depends on community requests. If I get request I will focus on those. In fact there is a competition going on now for the best feature idea. However until a new feature is suggested I will be advertising and enhancing both online and design time help.
FW Editor: Is there anything you would like to change in VBStyler?
S. Greer: There are always things that could be changed, but mostly I want more community support. No open source project gets anywhere without community support.
FW Editor: Are you offering customer support service?
S. Greer: Yes. If a user goes to my software page either at FamousWhy or the original codeplex site they can submit a request for help and I will be happy to help.
FW Editor: Is there any message you would like to send to VBStyler users?
S. Greer: My main message is that if you like the VB Styler say so. Also if you have an idea tell me. Any thought or idea good or bad is helpful.
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