Why 10 hours for a newbie and 30 days for a "programmer" ?

Marian Petrides mpetrides at earthlink.net
Wed Sep 1 13:41:50 EDT 2004


I just renewed my Enterprise license about 2 weeks ago (18 August but 
who's counting) and the email I got gave me a new unlock key which was 
identical to the one I got for the 2.5 beta 2 (or was it RC1?). In 
fact, the text included reference to the key working for 2.5b2 and all 
subsequent versions issued during the year of my subscription.

If you have a 2.5b2 unlock key (the updated key you had to get as some 
point late in beta or at the RC stage), you might try it and see if it 
works for 2.5 final release, too.

On Sep 1, 2004, at 10:26 AM, sims wrote:

>> For DreamCard users... I think 10 hours is just about right.
> The ten hours also has implications for people who have a valid license
> as Rev has changed the licensing system with 2.5
> As my valid unlock code needs to be updated, I went to:
> http://support.runrev.com/license/updatekeyrequest.php
> Where I found the following text and then requested an updated code.
> For the version 2.5 release, we have changed the licensing system.
> This means your existing code will not unlock 2.5, even if it is still 
> valid for this release.
> You need to obtain a new code for 2.5, which you can do by entering 
> your email address below.
> I have a valid license for Revolution 2.5, please send me my new code.
> If I only have ten hours of use before I get shut off from using Rev 
> 2.5,
> then I will surely be shut off by sometime tomorrow morning as I will 
> be using
> Rev 2.5 at least eight hours today alone.
> I am very hoping that they will send me a new code soon.
> atb
> sims
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