Installing Equinox

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Greg Higgins
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Installing Equinox

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I currently own DAWS Pro. Do I install Equinox over the top of DAWS? My apologies for the confusion.

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Post by Weasel »

Equinox will install just fine... just double click the Equinox installer after downloading. Digital Atmosphere Workstation will not be affected by this installation. Both Equinox and DA WS will function independently.

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Post by Greg Higgins »

So is this another beta version? I noticed that there is a "60 day evaluation mode" in the title bar and that under the help file that it is an unregestered version. Thanks!

Greg

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Post by Tim Vasquez »

All downloadable Digital Atmosphere versions ever created since 1996 start out in an evaluation mode.

If you've registered since the Workstation era (2004) the upgrade is free; E-mail the serial to get a key number ( http://www.weathergraphics.com/contact.htm ).

Tim

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Post by Jon Wright »

OK I am confused (nothing new). Is Equinox replacing DAWS or is it a separate program. Thanks

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Post by Tim Vasquez »

It's a replacement.

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Post by Jon Wright »

Thanks. Will the DAWS Professional users get a version without the key?

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Yes, the Pro version will be released within the next several days.

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Post by Jon Wright »

OK, thanks Tim

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