Originally Posted by gtgray
I am not confusing anything. I am a Pro Software Licensee. If you check your records you will see that is the case. I fully understand the difference between an enhanced ( Pro) Meter and the Professional Version of ChromPure. I paid for both the update to 2.0 and also the discounted offer for the Pro version that was available at the time.
My point remains the same as in my post. Pro Software Licensees should have been proactively notfied their license file needed some kind of refresh to enable the feature. Now if for some reason my license file is just broken in some way and it should enable the feature and it just doesn't for some reason then I owe you an apology for my post and you kind of owe me an apology as well for the broken license file.
I only have ChromaPure Standard, but I knew Auto-Calibrate required a license update. I always read the Release Notes of every version of ChromaPure that gets released. Tom's ChromaPure site has all this info in the news section.
Not to mention that Tom is very quick to respond to e-mails, and is constantly available on this forum in this thread. He always makes new info about new releases available here. It's not hard to find.
You paid for the rights to use any meters ChromaPure supports, and any number of them at one time. As a CP Standard user, I can only be licensed for one meter. That is what a Professional license buys you...that and the right to use CP for commercial, professional purposes.
As far as I'm concerned, Tom doesn't owe you anything.
EDIT: You also get Auto-Calibrate for FREE, so why complain?