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Discussion in 'EULAlyzer Forum' started by JHUTTER, Nov 13, 2005.

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  1. JHUTTER

    JHUTTER Registered Member

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    Greetings.How does one import a statement before install ?Popup box allows highlight but no copy or paste.
     
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    Greetings.How does one import a statement before install ?Popup box allows highlight but no copy or paste.


    I am not sure what you mean, I just copied and pasted your remarks from your post? If you could explain just a little more I will see if we can get you sorted out;)
     
  3. JHUTTER

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    Thanks.I downloaded PC OnPoint(PCOnPoint.com).During the install you must accept the eula to continue.The eula comes up in a popup box that allows highlighting but not coping to the analyzer.Do you have this problem?
     
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    not so far. I usually don't analyze a EULA I just read them.
     
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    Ah - he's talking about Javacool's EULA analyzer. I'll move this thread to the appropriate forum.
     
  6. JHUTTER

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    Wonderfulo_O What's the use of the EULAlyzero_O?
     
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    bigc73542 Retired Moderator

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    some people like the extra information the Eulalyzer can give.
     
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    This comment basically goes for any items highlighted not just for EULAyzer.

    Once you have the items highlighted....select on your keyboard Ctrl + C to copy the items. Then with EULAyzer open....select Ctrl + V to paste the items.

    You should also be able to paste it into EULAyzer another way.

    With EULAyzer open to the Scan New License Agreement box and with the PC OnPoint EULA box up....drag the + icon to the open PC OnPoint EULA box.
     

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