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    Richard Gilberg

    installs as a 15 day trial and not as free… why??
    Thank you

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    JL Welling

    It changes from 15 days after registration.
    I, however, cannot get it to work. It says you must restart it for it to work, but I haven’t figured out how. Nothing I’ve tried has put it in the right click menu.

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    Anne Cox

    It’s telling me my licence number is wrong when it isn’t.

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    Chris Gingerich

    Please make sure you enter the registration info exactly as shown, case matters.

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    How do I get the registration info?

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    Never mind , i found it :D

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    Nortons Internet Security removed it due to Suspicious Activity – Greybird.1

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    Does it always paste to a New file, or can you accumulate, say text clips, in the same text file each time? Or, accumulate clips in the same HTML file each time? Anyone else have trouble with the antiviruses for this extension? Tnx

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    Chris Gingerich

    It always just pastes to a new file. I’ll add that suggestion to my list. There are no viruses or spyware of any kind in Paste As File.

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    Insert the file in the ass!
    Thanks developer, for a long time so did not laugh :)))))

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    Downloaded and installed then Norton’s Internet Security quarantined pasteasfile.exe as high risk as it contained a threat
    ” Graybird.1″ the developers site claims that his software doesn’t contain any viruses if downloaded from his site

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    David Joseph Mescheloff

    Thanks, Ashraf!

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    When I try to start it either from the Start Menu or Windows Explorer, it gives me that 15-day trial window, and after I click OK on it, the GUI never appears, and there’s no sign of the program on Process Explorer. I tried right-clicking on my desktop as suggested on the Checkout page, but there was no “PASTE AS FILE” to select. Absolutely impossible to register. Unless solution is provided, I will soon uninstall it.

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