Good Morning. Yesterday after testing Luminar AI I decided to buy it, it is a magnificent software, we must admit it. I have two hard drives on my PC, one for Windows and the other for Linux, and whoever uses Linux knows very well that he limps in photography, it is not the same. Have you considered the idea of compiling the program to be able to install it on Linux? If I'm honest it would be quite a revolution, I take it for granted, not everyone who uses Linux uses the GPL program, I also buy my applications, even if they are proprietary. I imagine that time and money would have to be invested, but I can assure you that (even if you get a Beta) in experimental .DEB format, you will see that you will be front page news and the downloads in turn would increase, with that, more than one user will surely He thinks about it every day and buys it. I know that in the world it works like this, but you should give the Linuxera community a chance, you will see that they will take it with open arms. You do not need an official, do an experimental tester, put it on the front page and you will see the reaction of half the world. I am the first to download it, I assure you. The program you have created is fantastic and for Linux, it would be the final leap. Excuse my intrusion, nothing is further to bother, I just wanted to express an idea, which surely many want. Kind regards.
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