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quick time pro MAKE IT AUTOMATIC


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please make quick time pro automatic so that when I buy it again for the third time, it will stay with me like .MAC

and i have the receipts and not the serial number. If everything else "just works" why shouldn't Quick time pro just work?

I wonder if I'm the only one who bought it twice and have to now buy it again?

also wonder how much pain it would be to try and get QTP with the proof i have of purchase.

so i cant watch in full screen and i am frustrated.
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What version of quicktime pro do you have?

Each version from 5 to 6 to 7 is and upgrade, in which you need a new license key.

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If you simply want to watch movies in full screen, VLC should do the trick, as should mPlayer.

It's another story if you're using Quicktime for little bits of editing. If not, the apps I mentioned will solve your full-screen viewing needs.

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Ok, I'm happy. It's all perfect again. I had to phone support and they showed me where to go. I've got it back again.
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Glad your problem got solved. :girl:
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