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  1. The question is: HOW do you register/activate? My Deckadance Standard Edition (the regular one!) shows 3 registration steps, as you can see on my earlier post of October 30, 2019. - Step 1 generates a request file. - Step 2 is a link to Cakewalk where I should upload that request file, from which Cakewalk generates a response file. - Step 3 imports the Cakewalk response file into Deckadance, and at that moment my serial number shows. Thus ... As Cakewalk is dead, I can not register anymore although I am a registered user. And no, I do not have the old response files anymore. The "unlocked" DVS Edition on my backup-PC shows the same registration steps, but this version was pre-registered with an expiration date. (I did not check yet if reinstalling also moves ahead the expiration date. Also this version appears to be not fully functional, so I really hope to find a solution anyway) Does your version equally show those 3 steps. If so, does your step 2 also link to Cakewalk? (Probably!) So appearently there are versions that allow to simply enter the registration number. Are these versions 2.73 Standard Edition? Then I would like to know where I can get one, so I can try if my Serial happens to work on it.
  2. Finally looked at my backup-PC to see how registration works on the unlocked DVS-version that Luis has sent me.... It's the same ... Registration through the non-existing-anymore cakewalk website. But now I am really starting to panic ..... Those of you not registering/activating through Cakewalk... Which versions do you have and how do I get one?
  3. Cakewalk registration isn't available anymore since a few years. Since then support on Deckadance has also been low, and alas ... by now went to non-existing. So if you own a version that activates through Cakewalk, there is at this moment no way to activate or reactivate any new installation. (I suffer from the same issue, I still run Deckadance on my old PC as I can't activate it on my new one anymore, even though I am a registered user!) Very recently a petition has been started by TheMoroney in an attempt to get this great software back on track again. Feel free to sign the petition at http://chng.it/qWrh7Y96FG .
  4. Also hoping for Deckadance 2 to survive? Look at TheMoroney's post HERE and sign his petition!
  5. Good move... Signed it. Sincerely hope it will help to motivate Gibson to release the software. And if not, at least to continue it.
  6. No... can't enter Registration key in my Standard Edition. Unlocked DVS is on my backup-PC, so will check that one later.
  7. OK.... so this wil NOT become a general issue. Luckily for many (?) of you. No, I do not just enter my registration number. For what I recall it went something like this: First I had to generate some request file from within DD2. This I had to upload into a personal account on the Cakewalk site, which generated a registration file. I downloaded the registration file and imported it into DD2. Done! But since quite some time Cakewalk does not support this registration method anymore, so I'm blocked for new installs. Even reinstalling Windows on my DJ PC has become a dangerous thing. I never realized that there was an easy registration method. Are we all talking version 2.73 beta? Are there different 2.73 versions then? I'm even not sure if there's a way to enter such a number in DD, can't verify that right now. It's Luis who had sent me the unlocked version. I will see one of these days if I can enter my registration key (showing in DD) in it. With a bit of luck this might render it fully functional. On the other hand... it's a DVS version and my registration was for the Standard Edition. So I have no clue if it can work at all.
  8. Indeed, and alas........ 😥 Best would be in fact -as Scoox mentioned- that the source code becomes available and continues as an Open Source Project. Mostly because next to some possible nice additions, a number of corrections or ameliorations need to be applied. I've got another major concern however! I'm thinking of replacing my DJ-laptop and currently there is NO WAY TO ACTIVATE Deckadance 2 on another PC. OK, there is an unlocked version available, but alas it appears to be not fully functional. For instance, Automix seems not to work in that version. The activation issue may be a hard reality for everyone heading towards a laptop replacement.
  9. I totally agree. Thanks to the scripting language one can accomplish incredible things. Me too, I fully customize my controller mappings. But I suppose that most of you don't invest in this scripting facility, and therefor don't see what Scoox is talking about. This is not just about different behaviour when pressing a button or shift-pressing it. This is about a button reacting in different manners depending on different settings. For example, the PLAY button reacting differently whether AUTOMIX is set or not. This is also about performing multiple actions when pressing a button. For instance, the LOAD button not only loading the track, but also turning off FX mode and looping, and resetting the EQ's. This is also about your LED's lighting in a fully personalized way, including blink, slow blink, fast blink, ... depending on current states. Or getting ALL of your LED's flashing when you reach the end of a track, for instance. This is also about your mapping being available as a script, which makes developing and modifying extremely transparant. And if ever your controller breaks down, you don't have to spend days to correctly link all buttons to there respective actions again. There is the Mixxx DJ software that allows similar scripting. Sadly, this is an open source project that -though it does quite a good job- has a number of disadvantages that make it little useful for professional and semi-professional use. Next to Mixxx and Deckadance I am not aware of any other similar software. I have looked at Traktor. It seems to offer a lot of possibilities for mapping, but I do not see the easy script method that Deckadance uses. And most of all ... I just really like Deckadance. So me too, I would much like to see it continued.
  10. Luis, I already asked by replying to similar topics, probably you missed them. It's getting quite urgent by now. I would like to set up a backup PC and also reinstall my DJ PC. Please send me activation keys for 2.72/2.73 Standard Edition for both PCs. Thanks, Raf
  11. Thanks for your reply, but I'm a bit too lazy to go for trial and error. I could write a script to easily find out (already did similar to get all midi values for LEDs), but I prefer to wait for Luis. I guess he'll soon provide the necessary values. (valueS of course, 'cuz A-B-C-D ) All depends in which degree he has the time to follow this up lately.
  12. Don't see a TAP-command in the dd_commands.h. Do I have the wrong 2.73? Reinstalled it from the link above, still none. Or which command value do I use?
  13. Raf VDM

    REGISTRATION

    Luis, I am setting up a backup PC, so I need activation for DD 2.73. Would be best that I also reinstall my DJ PC, so I actually need 2 activations. Thank you, Raf
  14. I am a bit into the Flanger and Reverb issues again as I am writing a script for the Numark Mixtrack 3 Pro that I got myself. I noticed something that could help, and could also explain why not everyone has this issue. First note that when I say Administrator Account, I do not mean THE Administrator account, I did not try that one. I mean the initial account that was created on initial install of Windows, the first user that you create with Administrator rights. I generally run everything as a standard user, no administrator rights. When I run DD as a standard user, DD crashes as soon as the Flanger effect is started. But when I run it on my Administrator account, it appears to go well! I have tried this multiple times, up to now there's no crash and it Flangles perfectly. Then -just to try- I changed the standard account to an administrator account, and tried the Flanger. Bam.... crash! I changed the standard account back to standard, then ran DD with right click and "Run as Administrator". Works great! I have DD set up now to run on my standard user with compatibility settings "Always run as Administrator". I have used it on a few occasions like that by now, I'm still good. Hope this helps any one also suffering from the same issue, and of course helps Luis to get to a solution. What is a bit strange is that the crash does not occur on all of my PC's, although they are all set up in the same way: 1 Administrator, all others standard users. Reverb also works fine, but I did not test if it crashes DD on my PC when ran without Administrator rights. Maybe some one else can give that one a go?
  15. Hi Luis,

    I've written scripts for a Mixtrack 3 Pro which I plan to use tomorrow.

    I'm setting up a backup PC just in case, but I can't activate DD on it, invalid Cakewalk password.

    I've requested a new password but never get the Cakewalk mail and to get in touch with the support team, I must sign in first???

    Some pages "Under Construction" so probably ...

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