licensing:change_log

Change logs

18.1.24

21-04-2021

  • End User License Agreement (EULA) has changed

18.1.22

15-01-2021

  • Issue that license information for renewed licenses was only updated when the license expired

18.1.21

02-12-2020

  • Issue that the product version was not shown in About dialog

18.1.20

06-11-2020

  • Upgraded to .NET Framework 4.5

18.1.19

23-10-2020

  • Copyright notices have changed

18.1.18

07-10-2020

18.1.17

29-04-2020

  • License Information Window: Shows Expiration Date instead of remaining days
  • End User License Agreement (EULA) has changed
  • Removed Splashscreen

18.0.10

05-11-2019

  • Issue that product with activated Token license was running in Grace Period after not using it for several days

18.0.9

24-10-2019

  • Issue that activated products were running in Trial for some applications (e.g. AutoCad)

18.0.8

19-08-2019

  • Issue that in following situations a notification was shown indicating that “Tokens could not be retrieved!”:
    • Tokens were charged yesterday and after 24 hours (or more) product is started again
    • Tokens were charged before midnight and product is started again after midnight

18.0.7

27-05-2019

  • Issue that long server applications do not stop working when license expires during usage
  • Issue that wrong notification is shown when activated via Offline Activation and license expires

18.0.6

21-05-2019

  • Added support for the stand-alone licensing model
  • Command line arguments for License.exe for automated activation
  • Issue that product does not stop working when no Tokens are available and grace period is over
  • Issue when calling Splashscreen or AboutWindow from a WPF control
  • Issue when using a product on a machine with .NET 4.5 installed

18.0.3

03-04-2019

  • Added support for the Token license model
  • Removed support for Floating Licensing
  • Renamed License Shortcut for Products to “[Product Name] License Information”
  • Renamed assembly coolOrange.Utils.Ui to coolOrange.Utils.Ui.v18.0 to avoid compatibility breaks