About that Courtesy License

If you’ve downloaded InqScribe recently, you may have noticed that it comes with a built-in evaluation license that expires on May 1. Remember that you can request your own personal evaluation license if you’d like a longer evaluation period.

Some quick background: InqScribe runs in three basic registration modes.

Now, if you have downloaded InqScribe 2.0.1 recently, you may have noticed that it is already running in evaluation mode. If you check the Show Registration Status menu item, you’ll see that there is a “Courtesy License” already installed that expires May 1, 2007.

We put the courtesy license in because we distributed a bunch of InqScribe CDs at a conference a few weeks ago. Since the conference participants might not have had access to the web to request their own evaluation license, we provided one.

Since the courtesy license is about to expire, some people might worry that we’re saying you have to finish your evaluation of InqScribe by May 1, no matter when you happened to download it. That’s not the case: anyone can request an evaluation license via our website, and the license you request will expire roughly 4 weeks from when you request it.

posted April 29, 2007 by eric

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