Somewhere on the Internet I saw an article saying that some French 01Net
site was having a draw in which I could win a license for MAGIX Photo Graphic Designer 2013 (today €70, but €90 when new). If the MAGIX company over the years had kept the same family names for their programs, Photo Graphic Designer 2013 would be identical to "Xara Xtreme 8". I used to have Xara Xtreme 5, so I knew at once that Photo Graphic Designer 2013 would be a fine program to have for free.
I went to this French page and gave one of my email addresses, in order to participate in the drawing, and a few weeks later (a week ago) I received a free license key for MAGIX Photo Graphic Designer 2013! That sounded okay, didn't it? So why is this something you want to talk about, Curt?
Well, let me quote myself, but this time the full sentence I didn't quite finish at first: "a few weeks later (a week ago) I received a free license key for MAGIX Photo Graphic Designer 2013 in French!". In French
Of course I don't just mean the email was in French - no, the program!
I cannot change the user's interface of the program into an English version!
I have tried this and that, but my license
seems to be is
for the French version only
French is not dangerous when it is situated on the Internet; use Google! But this is located on my desktop, isn't it; there is no auto-translation here! I really don't have the patience to investigate my new fantastic program one line at a time, because I know that the next time I open it, I will have forgotten where that line was, and what it meant.
Well, this happened to me.
I won a fine program, but I really can't use it.