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Discussion in 'macOS' started by djnardu, Oct 19, 2007.
Just a question for small apps like Handbrake and Mac the ripper
You might as well just download the latest installers again.
Some apps are one file (or a file disguised as a folder containing all the program's files strictly speaking), whilst others require running the installation program.
Some of my programs are there with pay-pal fees to use them. I dont want to go through the trouble of getting a new activation key again.
Why would you have to get a new key?
cuz i dont have my original one =P
well that probably won't work because the info might not be kept within the app bundle.
unless you just use the 'upgrade' method for leopard, then they should stay intact.
That's rather careless.
A good OS X application should keep the serial in your home directory and possibly in the keychain.
I've found that most programs don't follow this though.
if found most are kept in the preference's file fwiw.