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Beta 1.9.2 wants a product key to open the beta but I bought it on the app store (unfortantly.)

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That means that the beta cannot find the retail versions installed on your iMac. Assuming you do have the retail versions installed, in the standard location, I'm not sure why they aren't found. You could try uninstalling the retail version for one of them and reinstalling it, and then seeing if the beta works.

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How strange, I don't think I changed the location of the apps. I always put the stable and beta apps in the application folder. There is a lot of goofiness going on with the App Store though. Now that new betas came out I might just try and download them to see if the new versions act any different for some reason? I wonder if that would do anything.

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