Cannot believe the trouble I had getting the evaluation of this up to run, with no help from the makers. It's kinda put me off wanting to part with the big cash payout to keep it running, but after all my effort to get it to work and eventually getting it to connect my old mac to a pc I was wondering if anyone could pass me on the license key, if they have it? There's very little OS 9 friendly softwware out there these days so I'd very grateful if someone can point me in the right direction for it if nothing else.<br><br>Ta!<br><br>
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Please refer to my comments in the same thread you posted in the lounge.<br><br>Oh wait, you're a complete fu[i][/i]cking idiot and probably didn't think to check there so I'll repeat it here:<br><br>You want a P2P network or a software piracy site. This aint either. Piss off turd breath!<br><br>CreativeGuy for daily tips, tricks and commentary on all things graphic design.
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