To license the Flexi-deck Creator or Player or a licensed Premium project you need to enter the relevant license key into the software.
The software will automatically prompt you to enter a license key and/or offer you a link to the Flexi-deck web site to purchase the license key.
These prompts are shown when the 30 day creator trial period expires, or you try loading a project that requires a license, such as this example at the end of the 30 day trial:
You can choose to continue with the trial period (unless the 30 days are complete), you can enter 'free' player mode, you can visit the Flexi-deck web site to purchase the relevant license key or, if you have a license key, you can register the software:
|Start/Continue the 30 day demo
||Allows you to try the software over a 30 day period so long as you have an internet connection! Indicates the number of days you have left.
||Your computer is on-line and connected to the internet. You will be requested to enter your license key and this will be verified at the license server
||This will output a 'URL' string that you will need to enter on a browser on another system that is on-line. This will return a registration key that you can enter into the software.
| Player Mode - no license required
||Enter the 'free' player mode that allows you to run Premium projects, some that may need their own project license key.
The Product Registration procedure is used to convert a 30 day non-registered trial version to an unlimited use production version.
Every time a non-registered version of Flexi-deck runs it contacts the license server to check if there is a license associated with your system and converts your license to production if there is and notifies thus:
If there is an order pending but payment has not been completed (such as an issue with the PayPal system or an ePayment is awaiting clearance) you will be notified thus:
If no license is available you can continue with your trial period or opt to license the product: