Registering dsread

Thanks for registering! Here's how to make sure that dsread finds your registration details, giving you all its unrestricted power.

You should have received a confirmation email from our payment partner that contains your registration name and a numeric key, like this:

We generated the following license key and sent it to the user: Username: Chris Long Key: 123456

For dsread to find these details, they must be stored in a plain text file named 'dsread_registration.txt' located in your Documents folder. This will normally be C:\Users\<username>\Documents, but might vary depending on how your computer is set up.

To verify where you should save the file, you can run 'dsread /?' and check the last few lines, which will look like:

http://www.oview.co.uk/dsread, 2010-2017. Registration file (C:\Users\Chris\Documents\dsread_registration.txt) not found. Unregistered - options marked * are unavailable.

Download the example registration file from here (you may need to right-click the link and choose 'Save As...') and save it in the correct folder as shown in the dsread help message. Open the file in an editor like Notepad - it will look like:

Regname: [Username] Regcode: [Key]

Edit the file to replace [Username] and [Key] with the details from your confirmation email. Given the example above, the edited file should look like:

Regname: Chris Long Regcode: 123456

Save the updated file. Your copy of dsread is now registered, and you can re-run the 'dsread /?' command to confirm:

http://www.oview.co.uk/dsread, 2010-2017. Registered to Chris Long

Thanks again for registering dsread and we hope that you enjoy using it!

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