Hi Colin. Thanks very much for that. You actually did help, as
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pasting in the credentials worked. Some programs don't like me doing
that, and GoldWave wasn't showing any characters in the boxes when I
pasted the info before, so that's why I was trying to type it in. Not
sure why it doesn't work with both methods of input, but thanks for
solving the problem for me.
Take care, Danny
On 12/23/20, Colin Howard <Colin@...> wrote:
The last address I have for contacting GoldWave's author is:
Sorry, can't help with the licence issue but suggest try pasting in the
name and key from your file, this is what I do if the system asks for my
Etc., to date, since 2010, this has always worked for me.
On Wed, 23 Dec 2020 12:24:03 +0000, amongst other things, "Danny Miles"
Hi. I hope everyone is doing well.
I've recently installed the latest version of GoldWave and have been
using it without issue (apart from the fact that the time announced
when a start or end place marker is created is that of the previous
marker and not the one being created at the time). However, I'd
incorrectly assumed that it had remembered my previous licence
credentials, and so this morning it has asked me to register. Upon
trying to register with my lifetime licence's user ID and licence, I'm
receiving a notification stating that one or other of these is
incorrect, even though I've typed it straight from the original
licence email. I assume that lifetime means lifetime, but could it be
that I need to purchase a new one due to the gap between the versions
of GoldWave that I've used? I was using version 5.68 until I
downloaded the latest update, so I'd be grateful to know whether or
not anyone thinks this might be the issue. Alternatively, any other
potential causes of the problem or solutions to the issue (including
the best method of contacting GoldWave, if that's required) will be
very much appreciated.
Many thanks in advance.
Take care, Danny
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