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  • Started 13 years ago by pappy
  • Latest reply 13 years ago from wyvern
  • pappy Member

    Can't try what doesn't work. Software fails to download serial #. From versiontracker comments I'm not alone.
    Also, why force registration on the web, then again when installing, what a pain. Also, registration seems too much like collecting marketing info. I better not start getting spam, especially with the phone #.

    Posted 13 years ago #

  • Jim Matthews Administrator

    <i>Software fails to download serial #.[i]

    There was a bug in the first build of 4.0b4 I posted that kept it from accepting valid serial numbers; that should be fixed now, but let me know if your experience is otherwise.

    [i]Also, why force registration on the web, then again when installing, what a pain.[/]

    I apologize that it isn't clear, but you only have to do one or the other. If you register on the web, you can press the "Register..." button in the dialog that pops up and paste in the serial number from your confirmation e-mail. If you've downloaded using the "Try" button on the web (added yesterday) then you'd use the "Sign Up..." button and enter your information then.

    [i]Also, registration seems too much like collecting marketing info. I better not start getting spam, especially with the phone #. </i>

    Both Fetch Softworks and eSellerate promise to never sell this information to spammers. It's needed for credit card verification, which isn't an issue in this case, so I'm talking to eSellerate about making that information optional for $0 "purchases".

    Thanks for the feedback,

    Jim Matthews
    Fetch Softworks

    Posted 13 years ago #

  • wyvern Member

    You could always just enter bogus data, apart from the email address as you need that to receive your serial #.

    *Disclaimer*
    This message is just an observation.
    It is NOT to be taken as advice or a recomendation.
    :)

    Posted 13 years ago #

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