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Allan
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Icon 1 posted August 25, 2003 00:31      Profile for Allan     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Anyone have any experience of this? I once downloaded the trial and didn't use it. Now I want to start using the trial, so I downloaded a new version but it's written something to my HD to say that the trial is up. I don't want to end up spending 200 bucks for an upgrade if it doesn't have anything new that I can use or doesn't run well on my G3. Do you know what / where this is written?
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Drazgal
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Icon 1 posted August 25, 2003 04:59      Profile for Drazgal   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
MMX is basically the same but has better site admin features for easy upload that sort of thing, or atleast thats what the uni proffs said earlier in the year (don't really use the prog).
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Icon 1 posted August 25, 2003 07:32      Profile for GMx     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
It could be anywhere. Try Application support in both your home and main library or the preferences. It might also be invisable, so you might have to make your invisable files visable. I don't know what it would be called, but maybe that will put you on track. Something like that happened when I installed a trial of InDesign and it said it was expired after I only used it for two days. I found what I thought was the culprit, but it didn't do any good. Software companies have gotten smarter in protecting their trials. I even tried uninstalling by deleting everything and then reinstalling, but that didn't work either. You're probably going to have to ask around or find some reviews for it and read them to see what they say. Sometimes they run them on different machines to see how the program works with different processors.
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Allan
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Icon 1 posted August 25, 2003 07:52      Profile for Allan     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Thanks for the help so far. I thought I'd found the culprit but it turned out to be a red herring. I'm guessing my best bet would be to find a program that monitors what files get touched during the install?
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addiew
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Icon 1 posted August 25, 2003 10:53      Profile for addiew   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
some companies use your DNS entry to recognize that you have already downloaded it- so you might need to get it from a different computer--

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