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10-24-2006, 04:35 PM
I have a copy via work, and want a copy via home . . . but work has an old version licensed. Not sure the rules in the forum: can I offer the serial for "novelty purposes only" in exchange for the location of the old trial version?

Program Name: UltraEdit-32
Website: http://www.ultraedit.com/index.php?name=UE_MoreFeatures
Current version: 12.20
Desired versions: 10.20a (or equivalent for license)
Description: (Pieces pasted below from web site)

IDM is proud to present our award-winning product, UltraEdit-32. UltraEdit-32 is a disk-based editor for Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/2003 and XP (not Win32s). UltraEdit-32 supports 64-bit file handling (standard) on all 32-bit Windows platforms.

Key Features

Code Folding
Supports 64-bit file handling (standard) on all 32-bit Windows platforms
UNICODE support
Disk based text editing - supports files in excess of 4GB, minimum RAM used even for multi-megabyte files
100,000 word spell checker, with foreign languages support (American English, British English, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Spanish and Swedish)
Syntax highlighting - configurable, pre-configured for C/C++, VB, HTML, Java, and Perl, with special options for FORTRAN and LaTex. Multiple wordfiles available for download
FTP client built in to give access to FTP servers with multiple account settings and automatic logon and save. (32-Bit Only) Includes support for SFTP (SSH2).
SSH/Telnet Window
Project/Workspace support
Configurable keyboard mapping
Column/block mode editing
Hexadecimal Editor - allows editing of any binary file, shows binary and ASCII view
Named Templates
HTML Toolbar preconfigured for popular functions
Integration with UltraSentry to securely delete UltraEdit temporary files
Multi-byte Support with Integrated IME Support

10-24-2006, 09:28 PM
can I offer the serial for "novelty purposes only" in exchange for the location of the old trial version?

Someone may locate an older copy for you, as for offering the serial, thats prohibited. No matter what you label it, it is viewed as software theft. Offering serials to "thawart the man" or "stick it to Big Companys" or simply as stated, "novelty purposes only" is all illegal.

Sounds like a great program by the way. Sounds similar to "midnight commander" and "vim" under UNIX.

10-24-2006, 11:19 PM
Hi, a few links to UltraEdit-32 version 10.x.

vers. 10.10a

vers. 10.10c

vers. 10.20b
ftp://anonymous:guest8813014%40files.lt@ - a very slow and uncertain link

vers. 10.20c

vers. 10.20d

10-31-2006, 06:43 PM
Thank you for the reply. I'll check the links out at home.