The moderator provided a way around my CD or SATA but not both, problem.
That left me to cope with GS's anti piracy defences. First you have to use the number from the package, to instal. Then you have to use it again, in the Activation programme, at which point you go to the website to register again. After which you receive an emailed code, valid for one day only, which you have to enter in a re run of the activation programme. After all that the Demo crate has disappeared. So has my inclination to buy any future UK2000 sceneries, if this Man from Uncle performance is to be a permanent feature!
Exit GOM mode. It's been one of those days.
Gerry Winskill wrote:
Had just found my way there and survived the enrollment process. Awaiting a reply to my posting.
Mike Brook wrote:
Gary's forum is hosted by FSNordic at http://www.fsnordic.net/discussion/index.php/board,32.0.html
-----Original Message----- From: jhb_airlines-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jhb_airlines-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Gerry Winskill Sent: Sunday, August 20, 2006 8:25 PM To: JHB AIRLINES Subject: [jhb_airlines] Autoinstall GRRRRRRRRRRRR
When the Glasgow extreme scenery became available I downloaded and installed the Demo. Great apart from the understandable DEMO box, sitting in the middle of the runway. Based on what I'd seen I bought the CD. When the CD arrived I chose to install it manually. Great, apart from the fact that it, too, has a bl..dy great Demo box on the runway. The Manual says you have to "activate" the scenery. Presumably that means running the activate programme.....still got the box. I know designers are taking steps to protect themselves against pirates but this is getting me seriously p....d off. If I spend money to buy a product I really don't expect to have this hassle. I see GS doesn't seem to list an email address so I'll have to try to locate a forum.