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    Sorry

    Sorry, will not happen again...

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    don't answer a previous thread with a new thread.

    http://www.codingforums.com/rules.htm

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    applesauce - his previous thread was closed due to a TOS violation. Kinda hard to reply to a closed thread unless you're me, boxer, or George .

    charon, don't worry about it.

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    oops!

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    if i may...

    about extending trail periods on software, there are LEGITIMATE ways...

    many software companies DO have information on their site or in the TOS when you install the software on how to re-register or extend your trial period with out violating the policy....

    one specifically is sawmill.... ( web site stats analyzer) it says in the download info that if you need to extend your trial period to simply visit a specific page......

    i have also encountered programs that say to simply reinstall to begin you trial period anew....
    so check the info when you install, read the read me file, or revisit the site to see if they do have that info in the TOS, or even email the help option on site, they may LEGITIMATELY help you extend the trail period.

    not arguing ~ just presenting an answer from a diff perspective..


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