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expired trial apon instulation

Post by carl » Monday 5th Feb 2007, 16:22

i recently dled the sim but after i installed it it said my trial period expired and that i needed to purchase it to use it. i though there was a short trial period?

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Post by The Defpom » Monday 5th Feb 2007, 16:56

Hi,
Thanks for pointing that out, I will get a new demo sorted out ASAP !

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Post by Iceburg » Sunday 11th Feb 2007, 2:59

Had the same problem. Any news?

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Post by The Defpom » Sunday 11th Feb 2007, 7:53

An updated version is on the site, I updated it last week after the first message was posted.

It has the same version number, as the app is the same, only the demo period has been updated, all the apps have an expiry date if not registered.

So anyone interested in trying the app out can now download it and try it out.

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Post by Iceburg » Sunday 11th Feb 2007, 15:19

Thank you!
Chuck

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Re: expired trial apon instulation

Post by svrherps » Wednesday 9th Sep 2009, 4:53

I just downloaded it today and upon installation it sends me straight to register no trial/demo period and if I close or switch off the register window the whole application closes. It is the XP download. I intend to buy it but would like to try it first.

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Post by The Defpom » Wednesday 9th Sep 2009, 12:42

Interesting, the demo should have expired at the end of 2010, I have just downloaded the latest software which was used to make the program, and will have a new version up on the site soon with some luck, I will post here once it is ready for you to download again.

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Post by svrherps » Wednesday 9th Sep 2009, 16:49

Thanks that would be awesome!! from what I have read it is going to be a very valuable tool and alot of fun.

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Post by The Defpom » Friday 11th Sep 2009, 2:12

Because it has been a while since I last did an update to the software I have found that it has needed a lot of work due to changes with the way the compiler works now, I have fixed 2 problems, I only have one issue left, which is purely a display issue, the program still works, but I want to fix this before I release the update.

I will post here when I have more news.

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Re: expired trial apon instulation

Post by The Defpom » Sunday 13th Sep 2009, 0:24

OK, the new version is up on the site now, it is up to version 1.3.0 now.

I have added a couple more PLL's to the simulator, and done some other bits and pieces to tidy up some things.

I have not tested it on Windows, as I do not have a machine here, as I am on a Apple Mac, but it should work OK.

The new release should work on Windows 2000 and newer, unfortunately my software compiler no longer supports anything older than this, the older versions which were made with older compilers are still available on the site, but they would require registration as the demo period would have expired by now.

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