Educational Software Thread, ActivStudio V3 Network install in Technical; As far as I can remember just add the fields to the Property table and it should work fine...
3rd June 2009, 09:54 AM #31
As far as I can remember just add the fields to the Property table and it should work fine
4th June 2009, 12:33 AM #32
ActivStudio is soooo 2008. It's all about Inspire Editon these days, which personally, I think is a good upgrade. It takes a lot of the annoyances out of the software - the handwriting recognition is almost as good as smart. It's free for existing users this year.
It comes in an MSI that works, a little MST generator to sort out the transform and a little tool that will stick in the serial number for you.
Lovely. Well done Promethean.
4th June 2009, 09:00 AM #33
Were can I get the tool from that puts the serial number in for you? I didn't think this part was possible unless you put the serial in the MST yourself
Originally Posted by eean
4th June 2009, 09:23 AM #34
When you run the download, select Network install. This will extract all of the MSIs to a folder. In the ActivInspire folder (the msi for the main software) in the folder with the MSI run asserialnumbervalidator.exe and enter your details. This creates ".inspire_license.xml" in the same folder.
ASTransGen.exe will make a MST file for you to customize your install path and shared resources directory. (not sure why they didn't use that tool for the serial number, but hey).
Once I had figured that it was 'as easy as that' it took about 10 minutes!
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4th June 2009, 11:23 AM #35
ActiveInspire looks interesting. We have just downloaded but it does have a slightly worrying tagline "Made by teachers for teachers"
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