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Old 30 January 2002, 16:26   #1
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Post Some essential WB Utils

Right then, I am after a the full registered versions of MUI and ClassAct 2. Will someone be able to point me to a site where I might be able to download them, or will I have to actually register them myself to get the full versions??

Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 30 January 2002, 18:04   #2
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Seeing as how they're still sold I'd say it would be good to register if you want to have the full versions.
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Old 30 January 2002, 19:05   #3
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Thanx for that. I wasn't sure if they were still for sale or not, now I know they are I'll have to register them.
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Being a ReAction developer, I wanted to register ClassAct. But the email, website and mailing list details in the ClassAct2_Demo.lha archive on Aminet are incorrect.

So it's not possible to register ClassAct, and is no longer being developed anyway, and is thus abandonware.

So if anyone has the registered ClassAct developer kit, I would be very grateful, and it would be very helpful. As the docs in the 3.5 and 3.9 NDKs are rather incomplete.
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Thanx for that. I wasn't sure if they were still for sale or not, now I know they are I'll have to register them.
Yeah, they are.

Erm SASG ? i think thats who does all that.

Let me check.

[edit] www.sasg.com
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Being a ReAction developer, I wanted to register ClassAct. But the email, website and mailing list details in the ClassAct2_Demo.lha archive on Aminet are incorrect.
So it's not possible to register ClassAct, and is no longer being developed anyway, and is thus abandonware.
Although the software publishers, Finale Development, don't have a website anymore and probably don't support it, you can register it online at:

Reg.Net https://secure.reg.net/product.asp?ID=4557


It's not unusual for authors to stop supporting shareware/commercial products on Amiga, but to still allow purchase of the products through a 3rd party online software registration company. I doubt many freeware/shareware authors registered Class Act. If they did I'm sure a warez release would have made an appearance, but there never was one.
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