They seem to only support LT2004 through LT2008, and they require you to buy an add-on (Lisp enabler) that no longer exists (that company went out of business due to the untimely death of it's founder, and at least here in the USA the use of that and similar add-on is a violation of your LT user license).
" ... they (SSDCP) require you to buy an add-on (Lisp enabler) that no longer exists ..."
You need to be talking to SSDCP over there, not us over here: they sold you something you currently cannot use. Did you miss the contact info I posted for them in my first reply?
Another company bought the right to the enabler and still support it I believe so the tentacles are still there.
The OP needs to understand that they are taking a risk with Autodesk using this.
Yep, another company able to hide from Autodesk in Australia, and the OP gets to spend another AU$300, then AU$99 every year after that to keep it running. They seem to have stopped developing after LT2010 though (or at least according to their website), OP is using LT2012.
Funny enough, they appear to be an Autodesk Reseller to boot LOL
I was not aware of all this, how do i make it right. Can i trade my Lt version back to Autodesk for the full version? I am just trying to get set up and was unaware of all this drama.
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