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    Windows 10 Pro thought it was Malware as soon as I opened it after unzipping it.

    Screenshot of the file that it removed after I opened the application


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    Hello :)
    Can Mr. Georgiev or anybody that knows, elaborate on the difference between Iris Pro & Iris Mini Pro.
    I haven’t yet read abt all features [I am going to! ;)], but would like to hear what others say.
    More & more frequently I am having eye issues & fatigue after using the computer for a few hours, so wd like to know more too see which could be more appropriate, before I decide which one to buy.
    I tried Iris Pro when SOS offered it couple of weeks ago, to see if I liked it, but got spooked by the unorthodox install location, so uninstalled …

    Thanks in advance for any help.

    N.B.1: Does the Mini also install in the AppData folder?!

    #7849082 Reply | Quote


    installed without problem.
    But when i launch the program, i have always “Ordinal 354 could not be located in the dynamic library LIBEAY32.dll.”
    Any help?

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    Daniel Georgiev

    The Ordinal error is fixed. Please try this

    Iris mini Installer for Windows (Minor Build)

    The difference is that Iris mini uses way less CPU and has smaller file size. It’s only tray icon no Settings panel like Iris Pro

    Please tell me the antivirus. I will write to them. Iris is not a virus

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    Hello again

    I am quite a bit confused by the License type. As per the site:
    -Iris Pro costs $10. Lifetime for 1 version
    What does this mean exactly?
    If one bought it on 30 April: v0.9.0.4 was issued 24.4.2017, does it mean v0.9.0.5 is not covered by the same RegKey?
    Even worse, v0.9.0.6 from later on 5.5.2017 is not covered if one bought it early on 5.5.2017 when v was issued ?!!!

    Went through the whole changelog list from 23.3.2015 to now, some times 2 to 3 versions are issued the same day !!! … Does one have to pay for each one? True, one does not “have” to upgrade, but really … if the version one buys is full of bugs, we are stuck w it !!
    Please tell me this can’t be right!!! If it is, I can’t afford it!
    Never heard of such restricted Policy.


    #7851672 Reply | Quote


    Programme can not be registered

    When right-clicking the system-tray icon
    one can choose between various modes
    and there is an exit box

    Nowhere something to register the pro edition

    Oslo, Norway

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    Is there a Linux version?

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    Daniel Georgiev

    This small changes are minnor builds. They are free updates for fixing bugs.

    New version comes every several months and has a lot of new features. It’s better for the users to be able to use their old version lifelong instead of enforcing subscription models like most companies does. And since this is giveaway not sure it’s free so no need to pay for anything

    There is version for Linux, but not sure if it would work this is why it’s not included in the giveaway

    The giveaway code should work for it also

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