Hello Ulf ---
I'm posting this here, so that others may also learn the correct procedure.
I have very much enjoyed using Calamus, beginning with 1.09N. To me, that was one of those early-day "killer aps" that actually sold computer systems, much like Visi-Calc did. An extremely powerful program for its day, that regretfully suffered badly from being stigmatized by the Atari name, that was unjustly considered just a gaming platform. Their loss --- our gain.
Anyway, due to various health reasons, I can see the day that I will soon no longer be able to continue the development of a large business project I've created over the years with Calamus.
I'd like to "pass the baton" so to say, to a colleague so that my project may continue. However, just giving them the .CDK files probably won't work, due to all my many serial-numbered fonts and modules. I have monstrous Fine Data Module .SWP files, as well.
I suspect that the easiest way would be to simply transfer ownership of all my Calamus related programs to another individual.
Can you give me guidance as to the best way to proceed?
Thanks for all your help over the years, Ulf. I'm convinced that all in the Forum will agree that much of the (recent) success of Calamus is a direct result of your unerring, very polite, prompt, and professional support of this GREAT program. I will regret not seeing future, even more powerful, versions...
If you are talking about giving up your complete Calamus work, it would be the best choice indeed to transfer your ownership to this third person.
Simply handle over all Calamus related stuff to this person (and get the according box of gold nuggets as the adequate payment) and inform our company in an official e-mail, fax or letter about the ownership transfer. We will then re-assign your Calamus data to this new person. That's all.
If you are talking about another procedure - please let me know.