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OS 10.5 - Where is this file?!


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I registered Final Cut 5 offline, but I accidentally put the wrong information in, and now it has stored this file somewhere to send off to Apple when I get connected. I don't want it to send the wrong information, and personally, I would just like to know where this registration document is located. Could anyone help me with this?
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The first place to look would be among the Final Cut 5 folders. You could also try a Spotlight Search. I don't know anything about that program, but some applications have an option to register as a selection whether or not it has already been registered. It's possible that you can select "Registration" again from within the Final Cut 5 preferences. If you can, just overwrite the incorrect info.

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