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StoryHarp & Java
Why register?We think you will agree that this “fully-functional evaluation copy” of StoryHarp gives you ample opportunity to “try before you buy”. We hold nothing back — you can do everything in a StoryHarp evaluation copy that you can do in a registered copy. So why register it? You will be legally entitled to keep using StoryHarp. StoryHarp keeps track of how long you have been using it, even though it will continue to work indefinitely. You can find out how long you have been evaluating StoryHarp by choosing Help | About. If you run StoryHarp for 24 hours or more (in total) you are legally required to register it. You will gain the right to distribute your StoryHarp output. According to the StoryHarp license, distributing any output you produce using an unregistered copy of StoryHarp is illegal. This is true whether you sell the output or not. Output means bitmaps, screen shots, printouts, transcripts, sounds, conversations, world files, or derivative works thereof. You’ll be doing the right thing. This evaluation copy of StoryHarp is a like a test drive in a car – if you drive away without paying, you are breaking the law. You’ll be paving the way for StoryHarp version 2.0. We of course have lots of ideas we want to pursue for StoryHarp 2.0, including more macros, variables with string values, improved wizards, and support for other text-to-speech and voice recognition engines. Your support will help make future versions possible. We’d love to hear your wish list and any suggestions you have for the next version of StoryHarp. We’ll stop reminding you. When you register StoryHarp, the registration reminder that pops up when you leave StoryHarp will stop appearing. See also: How do I register? License
Updated: March 10, 1999. Questions/comments on site to email@example.com.
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