No Thanks! I will use Visual Cron as is until it is no longer worth the annual fee. I have already removed several automation's from it because they quit working. I moved all of these to Powershell scripts and Windows Task scheduler and I no longer have issues with them.
Visual Cron is a good Idea but I won't risk having to spend weeks fixing the existing automation because you want me to upgrade to a newer version. I have learned the hard way in the past. I did upgrade to newer version previously and it cost me a weeks time trying to get my stuff to work, which never happened. So I changed back to the version I'm using now and it worked well until recently.
This software is supposed to save us time, it's apparent to me that it is starting to lean towards not worth our time. If you don't want to help then don't. I'll save the annual fee we pay for Visual Cron and move it all to Powershell and Windows task scheduler, which I'm getting much more comfortable with.
Bottom line is unless you are going to put in the time to fix the broken automation when its stops after we upgrade then it's not going to happen. I'll take that time and move it to Powershell which I have more faith in now.
You can consider this ticket closed.