License Error

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Re: License Error

Postby JanSchenkel » Mon Apr 28, 2014 8:00 pm

Alright, let's make one thing clear: I cannot provide support to someone who is not a customer, and is taking liberties with licenses and copyrights.
That said, I have taken your stack, fixed the problems, and built a standalone to verify that everything there worked as expected - which it did.
Perhaps you have little experience with LiveCode, and that's why you got things mixed up ; but if you had followed my instructions, you would have it working.

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Re: License Error

Postby JanSchenkel » Thu May 01, 2014 9:13 pm

A few days later, I regret being so harsh about inexperience with LiveCode in my previous reply.
I'm attaching the revised version of your stack, so you can learn from it.
And I trust you'll do the right thing, at which point I'm happy to resume support.

print_revised.zip
Revised version of the print stack
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Re: License Error

Postby tazmanty » Mon Jul 28, 2014 10:36 pm

I am getting :
"The script of this object is password protected, please enter the password to continue. I put the license key in the script as indicated and am loading the LoadReportLirary command.
Thanks Ty
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Re: License Error

Postby JanSchenkel » Sun Aug 03, 2014 8:57 pm

Hi Ty,

If you can't get things working based on the print_revised.zip file that I posted on this thread back in May, please send the stack directly to support at quartam dot com, and I'll take a look.

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