Last year, NewTek released Lightwave 2018; this year, the company released LightWave 2019. To anyone who hasn’t covered the trials and tribulations of LightWave that doesn’t seem like big news, but the company has famously struggled to upgrade LightWave in reasonable amounts of time. Worse, the company tends to communicate with users in fits and starts, promising great new features, ...
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