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Change Registration in FPW2.6...Help Plz

Change Registration in FPW2.6...Help Plz

Change Registration in FPW2.6...Help Plz


My company de-functed about a year ago.
I would like to change the "Registered to:" thingy on my
system. People will get confused if I distribute the programs i write. I know about the -t option on the command line and to disable system menu

The isstallation disks also have the old Registration on it.
How can i remove safely?

Also, Is there a way to place the window that the system menu appears in away? and have only my windows appear?


Mark Geer

RE: Change Registration in FPW2.6...Help Plz

Unless you kept a copy of the original installation disks, you are probably out of luck. The registration information is encoded and checksummed into the development EXE and also in the runtime file(s). To the best of my knowledge no one has ever made available any information on how to override this data.


RE: Change Registration in FPW2.6...Help Plz


There is a "Logo" called application in Abri site(http://www.abri.com/foxpro.html) from where you can put "your own startup Logo/Splash Screen"; and of course you can desactivate the normal presentation and configure the system screen (MODIFY WINDOW SCREEN ... FILL FILE [yourbackground.bmp]); or any window you define as main.


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