Terms and Conditions

Legal Notes:

The software is provided “as is” without express or implied warranties, including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose or noninfringement.

In no event shall the author or his distributors be liable for any loss or incidental, consequential, special, direct or indirect, tort or any other legal theory, even if the author or his distributors have been informed of the possibility of such damages, or for any claim by any other party in connection with or arising from the use of the software.

Licensing:

The use of the software is bound to the person who activated the software on his or her computer. The software can be used free of charge for 15 days (trial licence) on a system where it has been activated. For continuous or permanent use, an activation key must be purchased (permanent licence).

A permanent licence typically is a single end-user licence and can be activated on one computer at a time. A permanent licence can be transferred to another computer by deactivating it while uninstalling the software from the computer. A multiple licence which can be used on more than one computer, by the same person however, may be granted also.

Both trial and permanent licensing are accomplished online through an activation server, and the underlying information is stored in an external database. Personal information is kept secure.

Ordering, Billing, and Refunding:

By placing an order, you confirm the Terms and Conditions laid out here. A licence key has to be paid in advance (usually via PayPal) before it will be issued If activating the licence fails for any reason and if the failure cannot be resolved, a full refund will be granted.

In any other event there is no money back guarantee, but if a refund is granted, a handling fee of 25% of the payment will be charged.

Therefore, it is advised to always trial the software thoroughly before making a purchase.

Issuing Updates:

Typically, most applications will receive minor updates occasionally. A minor update is reflected in the last digit of the version number, such as the “2” in 1.7.2 for instance. Registered users of permanent licences are entitled to all minor updates as free updates within the same major version number, therefore up to “1.7.9” in this example.

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