Hi, Hedley. Once a version 7.2 license has been used for an upgrade, it is no longer available for sale (or transfer of license) any more – Robert Lauriston is right about that.
But, as it happens, I have some 7.2 licenses (and the original Adobe disks) which were not upgraded, so can make those available if you want to buy one (or more?). I had posted here about these some time back, but our IT guys were slow in figuring out what to do at Adobe to get them transferred, so I could not follow up with the person who was interested in purchasing them. In any case, I can probably find these disks fairly quickly. If you can find out from Adobe what you might need from me to make the license transfer happen – since these were never used for upgrades – and are interested in getting one or two, please let me know. Z From: framers-boun...@lists.frameusers.com [mailto:framers-boun...@lists.frameusers.com] On Behalf Of Hedley Finger Sent: Sunday, December 07, 2014 5:45 PM To: email@example.com Subject: Re: What is the situation with regards to buying used versions of FrameMaker? I was thinking that there may be someone who bought a version, say 9, then did not upgrade for a a few years and the ability to upgrade had expired. If that person then bought a later version -- by necessity, not being able to upgrade -- it seems to me that they could transfer the licence for the older version, say 9, without any difficulties. By the way, does anybody have a support email address? I tried to find one but kept being sent round in circles, continually being directed back to community support, which ain't what's wanted. I just want to try out the above scenario on someone official at Adobe who can give a definitive answer. I am now living on a pension so cannot afford either the educational or full price of a new release. Regards, Hedley On 8 December 2014 at 09:59, Hedley Finger <hedley.fin...@gmail.com<mailto:hedley.fin...@gmail.com>> wrote: FrameMaker 7.2 was the last version I used, but the licence belonged to my employer. Now I want to start using it again but don't want to pay for 12.0. But there may be people out there who have successively upgraded to 12.0 who still have a 10.0, 9.0, or 8.0 installer CD in a drawer which is no longer upgradeable to 12.0. Are they legitimately able to transfer their 9.0 licence (say) and CD to another person? I googled for used copies of FrameMaker but the hits all looked very dodgy, and were possibly vehicles for installing viruses. Regards, Hedley -- 1/17 Glyndon Road, Camberwell VIC 3124, Australia hedley.fin...@gmail.com<https://mail.google.com/mail/?view=cm&fs=1&tf=1&to=hedley.fin...@gmail.com> Telephone 03 9836 4635<tel:03%209836%204635> Mobile 0412 461 558<tel:0412%20461%20558> LinuxCounter.net registered computer 576484 -- 1/17 Glyndon Road, Camberwell VIC 3124, Australia hedley.fin...@gmail.com<mailto:hedley.fin...@gmail.com> Telephone 03 9836 4635 Mobile 0412 461 558 LinuxCounter.net registered computer 576484
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