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  03 March 2013
I am not taking it too serious. I am simply tell you the way it is, from a legal standpoint. The save function is there for the same reason.

I am telling you your question that is in effect. "How do I violate my EULA?"

It is that simple. Really.

I said I have no point in arguing what the workshop is. But legally the only way to have no messages is for workshops, or whoever is using the product, to use versions that don't have the messages.

If you don't like my answer, why not simply take it up with Autodesk directly and see how far you get?

If the answer is no. Which I sure it will be. Then what are you doing here?

Asking for someone to help you hack the product and violate the EULA?

So why don't you simply email support and get something in writing that says it is OK to do what you want. Then post it here.

Then there will be nothing to argue about will there?
 
  03 March 2013
I think you don't understand what i meant but its ok. Let's leave it.
I'm not arguing just was simply asking if there is a way to turn it off. Wasn't looking for hacks or anything. Sorry if I somehow implied that.
One thing I would mention though. Not everything is black & white so maybe next try to be a bit more understanding to someone's question rather than be so strict and think that that person is simply trying to do the bad thing.
Anyway, lets leave this because I have found solution to my issue and this is not going anywhere so we can just talk about something else ))
 
  03 March 2013
I understand exactly what you wan to do.

But you don't want to hear that it is not OK to do what you want.

Turning it off by editing the ascii file or whatever you have found is a hack and a violation of the agreement.

If on the other hand you can get an Autodesk rep to say in writing it is OK to do exactly what you did, then we can all have a big laugh over it at my expense.
 
  03 March 2013
Originally Posted by cineartist: I understand exactly what you wan to do.

But you don't want to hear that it is not OK to do what you want.

Turning it off by editing the ascii file or whatever you have found is a hack and a violation of the agreement.

If on the other hand you can get an Autodesk rep to say in writing it is OK to do exactly what you did, then we can all have a big laugh over it at my expense.


I modelled the prop myself. Why do you always think the worst? All your answers think that we all violate EULA etc. If you read my OP question you will see that in no way I was asking for that so why do you always tend to think that that is the case and then you point to EULA and all that? Just take it easy.
 
  03 March 2013
Smile

Edit: oops...

Sorry, redundant banter anyway.

OK I finally understand what you meant. My apology....

I completely misunderstood that last comment....

I can be dense sometimes.

Cheers and good luck!

Last edited by cineartist : 03 March 2013 at 06:56 PM.
 
  03 March 2013
I'm sorry but I am really not arguing here. I meant it in a good way and didn't want to imply that we are arguing. Sorry if I gave you the impression.
For now, all is solved and I know that there is no way to get rid off the message so all is good.
Thank you for your time anyway.
 
  03 March 2013
OK I edited that message.

Yep, got it. Sorry again.

We are finally on the same page.
 
  03 March 2013
No worries, text is sometimes harder to interpret when you can't hear the voice so its easy to misunderstand each other
 
  03 March 2013
Originally Posted by Gloor: No worries, text is sometimes harder to interpret when you can't hear the voice so its easy to misunderstand each other


I apply an in-house rule: More than 3 emails from each person, back and forth, 12+ lines? Get up and go talk to them, face-o-face.

It greatly clarifies things in about a minute.

Granted, sort o' hard in this case, but, vid chats do exist =p

Cheers.
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  03 March 2013
Originally Posted by Joviex: I apply an in-house rule: More than 3 emails from each person, back and forth, 12+ lines? Get up and go talk to them, face-o-face.

It greatly clarifies things in about a minute.

Granted, sort o' hard in this case, but, vid chats do exist =p

Cheers.


Nice one, love that rule ))
 
  03 March 2013
Yep, a good one!
 
  03 March 2013
If you are into scripting, you can write an AutoHotKey script that waits for the nag window - characterized by class, title, or labels text - and sends a button click to close it.
 
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