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 Part of this is simply familiarity - the two programs have different approaches. ​ Once you have got used to PairsScorer,​ or its successor, EBUScore Pairs, you might find that it is no less user-friendly.\\ Part of this is simply familiarity - the two programs have different approaches. ​ Once you have got used to PairsScorer,​ or its successor, EBUScore Pairs, you might find that it is no less user-friendly.\\
 However, there are aspects of PairsScorer that perhaps can be improved as far as the user interface is concerned - maybe, for example, in several situations there are simply too many options available that are of little relevance to normal clubs. ​ One of the strengths of PairsScorer is its flexibility to deal with all sorts of different type of event, especially at tournament level. ​ This strength might also be a weakness when it comes to the '​everyday'​ club.\\ However, there are aspects of PairsScorer that perhaps can be improved as far as the user interface is concerned - maybe, for example, in several situations there are simply too many options available that are of little relevance to normal clubs. ​ One of the strengths of PairsScorer is its flexibility to deal with all sorts of different type of event, especially at tournament level. ​ This strength might also be a weakness when it comes to the '​everyday'​ club.\\
-One of our aims, in the medium ​term, is to produce a 'Club version'​ of EBUScore - a simplified version with fewer of the redundant options - that should appeal more to the average club.+One of our aims, in the long term, is to produce a 'Club version'​ of EBUScore - a simplified version with fewer of the redundant options - that should appeal more to the average club.
  
-In short: Do try EBUScore if you are in any way unhappy with ScoreBridge. ​ But if you are put off in the first place, don't dismiss it completely ​- either persist ​with itor revert to ScoreBridge ​whilst keeping your eyes open for the Club Version of EBUScore.+In short: Do try EBUScore if you are in any way unhappy with ScoreBridge. ​ But if you are put off in the first place, don't dismiss it completely.  As you become more familiar ​with EBUScoreyou might even find it easier than ScoreBridge.
  
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