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Anybody know of a way to get around this as I am another one who will continue to use Producer for as long as I can? I intend to download those I don't have in case a solution comes up.
I did download and trial the new Photopia versions but full of bugs and too expensive for my pension to budget it in at this point.
The registration key info should have been emailed to you when you first purchased the products. I read on the Photodex site prior to closure that anyone wanting to reinstall should be able to without any problems as long as you have the install file and your key. I have a second computer I tried this on yesterday and installation and start up went without a hitch. I also debated on the merits for me of going with Photopia, but unfortunately cost is prohibitive for me being mainly a casual user and a retiree. I mainly make shows for myself, friends, and family. If the program wasn't subscription based, I probably would have gone for it however.
Someone also mentioned they had problems when trying to purchase something before shut down. I purchased the 9 upgrade and several style packs, one of those on the last day before 5 PM and had no problems with them. The email was almost instantaneous and I received the second email with registration info within 30 minutes or so. There's a contact email on the Photodex.com site at
firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance for a limited time.
While a newbie to this forum, I have followed it for awhile and hope it stays available. I have downloaded some great templates that have been offered and thank those who offered them.
Oh yeah, I made absolutely certain I have all my registration info. Although I already have that safely tucked away, I still logged in before they closed and had the email notification sent again. I would have also purchased a couple more style packs I wanted, but sadly, the $$$$ just weren't there. I was kinda hoping they may have offered them free of charge on closure.
I certainly concur on having this site stick around. Like many people, I found, and still find, this site a valuable resource for information and the offerings of people with more talent than I.
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