Hi Scott,
I can say from personal experience that this is very unusual for GMA. I have keys for more than one computer, and everytime I have requested a replacement key I have gotten one with in three days of the request. The only exception to this rule was when David Greenwood was out of town, and of course it took longer that time, but most of the time I got prompt and reliable service.


Scott Chesworth wrote:
Hi all, quick question for those of you who perhaps aren't as new to
the accessible gaming comunity as I am.

A few weeks ago I purchased GMA Tank Commander, my first accessible
title to be bought.  I've recently sent in a request for my key to be
bound to a second user code so I can travel with the game on my
laptop, but heard nothing back in the 8 days since, despite a gentle
reminder.  As far as I'm aware, what I'm trying to do isn't breaching
GMA's licence or anything, and even if it is then a reply informing me
that it isn't possible or won't be happening wouldn't go amiss.  My
question is, has anyone else experienced this before, or is there any
advice of things to try next?

TIA
Scott


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