Lloyd N. Landers, Jr.
Sun, 20 Jan 2002 18:43:06 -0600
I'm new enough at this that I'm not sure who can authorize what, so I'll
simply tell you what I did to get the file. I sent a note to the owner of
the distribution list and asked how to get it. I was sent back a reply
with the URL to the file.
Good luck with your testing.
Blessings on you as you seek to serve our LORD.
At 01:34 AM 1/21/2002 +0100, you wrote:
>downloading and installing locked modules:
> > On 12 Jan 2002, at 11:51, Lloyd N. Landers, Jr. wrote:
>Since I can not get a good install of any locked file, I uninstalled
> > the program and started from scratch. This time I used the InstallMgr
> > to download and install add-in modules. I selected a number of Bible
> > translations, both locked and unlocked as well as some commentaries.
> > I added the KJV w/Strong's numbers (something I had not done
> > previously).
> > The installation went smoothly until it hit NASB95; KJV w/Strong's had
> > already completed installing. When it encountered NASB95, a box
> > opened with the message that the version appeared to be ciphered. I
> > entered the lock code with a cut-and-paste from the supersecret file.
>I have now been able to download and installing locked modules from the
>ftp site, and they appear
>on the program, but the text is unreadable. How do I get access to the
>file to get hold on the unlock code??