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More than one computer

Post by Admin » Mon Dec 20, 2010 12:08 pm

You are licensed to run on more than one computer. To do this, simply download the latest version to each PC/Mac and run the program. You will be required to enter your serial number on each computer. This works for Convert It, Mac and all Embrilliance products.

We make it as easy as possible for legal owners to use and love their software. We hope in return you will help us by not sharing it.

To prevent piracy, our system looks for duplicate serial number with differing information, and many installs. It becomes fairly obvious over time what serial numbers have been pirated. We shut down suspect serial numbers and contact the owners.

We also patrol the warez/hacker torrents to see when we pop up. We promptly take steps to defeat the crack.

Its an ongonig pain, and there just aren't many embroiderers, let alone Mac embroiderers, so we really need your support in order to keep working on new things for the community.

Embroidery software and designs for Mac and Windows.
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Re: More than one computer

Post by sandimacd » Mon Dec 27, 2010 11:29 pm

This is so helpful. I find it painful when moving files from my mac mini to imac or when reinstalling user accounts to not be able to re-install purchased programs. There is just one of me and I'm grateful for your trust.
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Re: More than one computer

Post by Lacewood » Tue Dec 28, 2010 4:54 pm

I agree with Sandimacd, I also use a mac laptop and we have a main computer (hopefully will be a pc converted to a Imac very soon) and I am restricted to using all my sewing programs on the laptop due to licensing laws. Laptops have their uses as being mobile and light but the size and battery does restrain your scope at times. I also appreciate the trust and know as many others do that will be upheld.Thanks
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