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Commercial License Question

JohnieKarr
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Hello,

I just noticed that you posted a $20.00 commercial license fee for using shadowbox.

I have a couple questions regarding this fee.

1.  Is this a 1 time fee or recurring?
2.  I was using the old version of ShadowBox, and I modified the code so that it does a playbook type function (so you click play, and it keeps cycling through the images until you click next).  Will I be able to keep this functionality under the new license.
3.  How can I get a copy of the commercial license?

Thanks,
Johnie Karr
Communications Specialist
Cox Communications
Johnie.Karr@cox.com

Thank you for your urgent resposne!
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mjijackson
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Re: Commercial License Question

Will Fastie
Hello.

I've purchased a commercial license for 2.0. Do I need to pay again for 3.0?

Thanks.
Will

P.S.  While there are many "boxes" out there, Shadowbox is extremely versatile, flexible, and well conceived. I have found only one other that comes close but I haven't tried it yet. Shadowbox's documentation also rates very highly, which is much appreciated.

www.fastie.com, Baltimore, MD USA.

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Re: Commercial License Question

pnwright
Hi there,
  I've got the same question regarding the license from Shadowbox v2.x to v 3.x, do we need to purchase a new license?

Thanks,

Peter
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Re: Commercial License Question

mjijackson
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You don't need to purchase another license for the new version. One license is good for all subsequent versions of the software.

As far as the documentation goes, you're welcome. ;) I wanted to document it well because that seems to be something that is missing with JavaScript libraries in general.
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Re: Commercial License Question

Will Fastie
Thanks.

www.fastie.com, Baltimore, MD USA.