> There are several problems trying to bring your old TAA Tool source forward.
> First of all, there is a licensing violation issue.  This material has been
> licensed to Jim Sloan, Inc..  In reality, if you attempt to bring it
> forward, it is unlikely that you will be prosecuted.


No true.  At Common, NOLA, Sloan in the TAA TOOL presentation gave blanket
permission for people that had it 3.1 and before to being to their current
platform(s) sans any licence violation.  I was the one that asked the
question specifically to address this concern.  Basically the old PID
versions are declared defacto public domain for those that HAD IT on
3.1...  Now, if you're NEW to the 400 or BUY A NEW BOX that's not being
upgraded/migrated to...then you've a licensing issue...

That's how I heard it...

Don in DC metro...

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