EULA Magic is the ultimate visual basic distributed application license form builder incorporating
both one off retail version licenses, or trial version licenses that include your promotional material with a purchase button to optimise sales.
EULA Magic uses FieldCraft's revolutionary GreenLock technology to both enforce trial periods and ensure that your company's trial locking entries do not build up to levels that could damage your customers' operating systems. Once the trial is over, the program simply presents the promotional material and purchase button to direct the customer to the next step. If the licensed application is uninstalled and reinstalled, it may run only once to allow for delayed review, but beyond this will generally not be usable on a continuous cycle of trial and reinstallation.
Specific features include:
Optional one-off license display
Multiple agreement license buttressing
Sets optional trial period from first agreement to license
Optional license form promotion of product with purchasing button
Optional GreenLock trial period reinforcement that is environmentally friendly
Automated license and promotional rich text embedding
Automated license form generation, referencing and installation into project as startup form
This software is a must-have for software developers who must offset the management of a wide range of products with an ever changing legal and market environment. EULA Magic offers developers the additional edge derived from the production of environmentally friendly shareware whose security measures do not accumulate indefinitely and cannot be blamed for polluting the operating system.
DON'T even try to use this product to assist in reverse engineering of other FieldCraft products. Most FieldCraft products use machine generated code, of which EULA Magic gives only a very elementary example. The complexity of machine generated code used in FieldCraft products is generally beyond human comprehension which incidently, is why only a machine is trusted with coding at this level. Attempting to reverse engineer FieldCraft software can be hazardous to one's mental health. This is the other reason why complex coding is left to machine generation and FieldCraft test-beds include brute force "test & modify" procedures.
Article I: Title, Definitions, & Jurisdiction
This software is not sold but is licensed conditionally upon the articles of this End User License Agreement, to which the term, 'EULA', refers. The term, 'shareware', refers to the free trial versions; whereas the term, 'buyware', refers to all other FieldCraft software used under a purchased or especially awarded license. Notwithstanding local law, the jurisdiction of this EULA is the state or province where FieldCraft is registered. We can be contacted through http://fieldcraft.eu - "FieldCraft" is the business name registered as BN03903096 in South Australia on the thirtieth day of May, in the year 2001 A.D. FieldCraft refers not only to itself but also to its Proprietor and/or registered owner.
Article II: Fair Use
You may use buyware licensed to you on up to two of your own computers after you have made a single backup of the setup archive. Any non-profit use of superceded buyware is defined as academic for the purposes of fair use. While you are encouraged to distribute unaltered shareware as you see fit, buyware must not be distributed, shared, lent, hired, or copied; other than your obligation under this EULA to store a single backup of the buyware download on a CD, DVD, SSD, or any other location owned by you other than your computer.
Article III: Warranty & Rewards
If this product does not work in accordance with its documentation, you agree to inform FieldCraft so that the problem may be fixed. If you report a new fault you will be rewarded with an upgrade or buyware license free of charge.
Article IV: Copyright
Copyright of this software is owned by FieldCraft and is protected by international treaties and federal law. Persons breaching or attempting to subvert the copyright of this software also leave themselves liable to the significant penalties available under common law.