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  1. Hi, I found (by accident) a new way to kill Publisher. We verified that this "works" on both W10 and latest Mac OS on 1.9.1 both. There are no ways that i know to fix this, which is hugely annoying. A simple file like this: https://www.dropbox.com/s/3h24qf2syswxn5r/v5 - Copy.afpub?dl=0 You just need to open it and it will freeze the Publisher. It worked a long while, but resizing one VP star (out of quite many that the file has) that had by itself bloated (which is annoying feature that just happens - some symbols will be randomly resized when you copy the page or part of it they are on). I tried to set the star to 6x6 mm. And Published demanded that it HAS TO BE 7,6x6 mm (bloated size was 55x6 mm) and then, after saving, this is the result. The mac user is totally pissed as now Publisher tries to open that file no matter how you open Publisher. So, essentially he has now Publisher that can't do anything. On Windows you can at least open another file, but with Mac you can't. I believe he will need to reinstall whole Publisher. This is quite crucial bug. And I'd very much appreciate if this is resolved quickly.
  2. -Sell the rights to the electronic copy of the workbooks as a package or as a separate license with trackable id's like electronic barcode signatures or some other internet tracking signature. Other ways of making electronic copies of the workbooks only accessible to the purchaser of record: -Limit the electronic copies of the workbook to 2 x the number of personal purchases of the workbook-linked to 2 electronic licenses for each workbook purchased-verifiable by order number+ip address+username+password. -Limit the electronic copies to 1 x the number of workbooks purchased by commercial purchasers-linked to an electronic license for each workbook-verifiable by a commercial license # + documented employee credentials (verified against commercial licensees verified current employee status) + username + password. (I doubt seriously that many people would be willing to give up their usernames and passwords to third parties). -It would be impossible for a third party to be able to broadcast the ip address of the network of the original purchaser. -Only the original purchaser could submit changes to the ip address, verifiable by supplying the original ip address + some other factor like router signature/serial number or some other network signature trackable by Serif Labs when you log in. -Make the electronic copy of the workbook an online workbook whereby the purchaser of record has to log in which gives Serif Labs the opportunity to compare the ip address, username and password with the last used credentials and/or the last ip address used to access the electronic copy.
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