forget dude , forget. FS products are only good if used with a proper crack. a nice little freeware crack. forget paying for FS product, forget it!
Le 19/12/2010 14:25, Yadiel Sotomayor a écrit :
It only takes 150 dollars to upgrade from a previous version of openbook. Tim, I will say this. I was not a fan of freedomscientific's OCR solution (openbook). It is the easiest one to handle, that's for sure but I was a fan of kerzwhile 1000 until OB 9. Now, I used version 7, 8, and now 9. The difference between 7 and 9 is a lot! Like the distance from here to the moon. Kerzwhile still out performsopenbook but just a bit. YOu just need to put openbook on its most accurate setting and there you go. Almost the same. It is worth upgrading that's for sure. Because frankly, kerzwhile maybe better yet, but paying 2,000 something for it, makes me sick. Yadiel *From:* Tim <mailto:tim@xxxxxxxxxx> *Sent:* Sunday, December 19, 2010 2:26 AM *To:* jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> *Subject:* Re: Re:Authorization problem while using dongles for jaws and openbook Are you saying it costs more to opt for the typical reauthorization method than the dongle? I am not using Open Book 9 yet. I am busy trying to find a money tree to obtain the $1,500 needed to purchase it. I am still using Open Book 7. Sad to say, it does not even compete with a free HP scanning program installed on my computer. It sounds like Open Book is a significant improvement over version 7 though. Tim ----- Original Message ----- *From:* Amar Jain <mailto:amarjain@xxxxxxxxxxxx> *To:* jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> *Sent:* Sunday, December 19, 2010 12:02 AM *Subject:* Re:Authorization problem while using dongles for jaws and openbook Rightly said Dave, I have raised this query in my email to tech support too. Carrying two or more dongles is certainly a bad idea. In fact, what I feel that while purchasing any product they should provide an option to the customer that whether he wants a key or a dongle. When I bought openbook with pearl, I was of the opinion that I’ll get a key. But it was later when I came to know that for key you have to pay quite a good amount. As such I have no need of having dongle for this software. They are working on my issue with their senior specialist, lets see when do they respond. Regards Amar Jain. From: "Tim" <tim@xxxxxxxxxx <mailto:tim@xxxxxxxxxx>> Subject: Re: Authorization problem while using dongles for openbook and jaws. Date: Sat, 18 Dec 2010 09:13:54 -0600 If Freedom Scientific was smart they would do away with the need for a Dongle and the insane reauthorization codes. But that has not happened yet. I guess I will just keep dreaming. How convenient though that they create the problem and charge the customer $50 to fix it. Tim ----- Original Message ----- From: Dave Durber To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Saturday, December 18, 2010 8:54 AM Subject: Re: Authorization problem while using dongles for openbook and jaws. Garry: Mind you, if FS were smart!!! Yes! You read correctly, if they were smart!!! They would use a type of dongle that would be capable of storing authorization information for all their products, thus doing away with the need, of having to use more than one dongle, to run two of their products simultaneously on a computer. Sincerely: Dave Durber ----- Original Message ----- From: Gary King To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Wednesday, December 15, 2010 10:05 PM Subject: Re: Authorization problem while using dongles for openbook and jaws. Amar, First, let me say that I have not had any experience with FS products and dongles. I wonder though if you have tried just having the JAWS dongle plugged in when the computer starts, and leaving the JAWS dongle in place, plug in the Open Book dongle when you get ready to use Open Book. If Open Book doesn't authorize using this method, or JAWS doesn't remain authorized, I would be contacting FS to see why their dongles can't work at the same time. Gary King w4wkz@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:w4wkz@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> ----- Original Message ----- From: Amar Jain To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Wednesday, December 15, 2010 8:38 PM Subject: Authorization problem while using dongles for openbook and jaws. Dear Experts, Iâ€™ve bought pearl, which comes with openbook 9.0. However, I am facing an interesting problem. Which goes like this: 1. Both dongles namely; for jaws and for openbook are connected to system. 2. When system boots up, jaws turns on automatically. Meaning it fetches authorization information from dongle. 3. If I start openbook, then it asks for activation whereas the dongle for it is already connected. In order to sort out this problem, I have to remove the jaws dongle, then re-insert openbook dongle, and all works fine. However, after few minutes jaws asks for dongle. I also cannot turn off jaws, as I will have no speech except in openbook during system navigation. To conclude, two dongles are not running side by side. And if one is authorized, other is not getting authorized. It has been tried on laptop ports and USB hub both. What could be the appropriate solution? Quick response will be appreciated. Regards Amar Jain. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ No virus found in this incoming message. Checked by AVG - www.avg.com Version: 9.0.872 / Virus Database: 271.1.1/3323 - Release Date: 12/18/10 01:34:00
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