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Olivier Levrey 11-Sep-15 16:08pm View    
The solution I provided only works for a single computer. If you format the system, then it would be like a new computer.
There are more sofisticated solutions:
- For example, you could develop a server in your company holding your customers' licences. The software you install at your customer's would then connect to your server to check whether its licence is valid or not.
- Another example is to use hardware dongles (USB stick holding licence information like this one: This solution is very efficient but from my experience is not very flexible for the end users.
No solution is perfect. Try to find one flexible enough for you and the end user.
Olivier Levrey 23-Sep-14 9:03am View    
Of course I inserted a long line otherwise I wouldn't call it "testing". Please provide the complete source code to reproduce your problem. I can't help further if I can't reproduce it.
Olivier Levrey 23-Sep-14 8:58am View    
I voted 4 because this code will crash sooner or later. You declared an array of 10 elements but n goes from 0 to 10, so it makes 11 elements.
The statement x[n] = i; will have unexpected results when n=10.
Olivier Levrey 23-Sep-14 8:32am View    
SA didn't receive your message because you should use the "Reply" button next to his name. Reply to him and he will get back to you.
Olivier Levrey 23-Sep-14 8:12am View    
Well it should. Are you sure you are pointing to the right row? Make this simple test: give a name to a row in the xaml (with x:Name="...") and set its height to 0 in code behind.