adhill at fastmail.co.uk
Thu Feb 10 16:09:13 EST 2011
I was looking through Unna recently and came across a drawing package
called Vea which I tried out.
It has a couple of interesting features, like the rotation of objects
through any angle, the creation of your own small object templates which
you can drag onto the page. However it is a demo version which keeps
asking you to register.
Typically the company is no longer contactable but there is a package
called Vea Crack included on Unna which provides you with a user code.
However when I type the code in it says a message says it is recognised
and searching the List archives reveals that others found this way back
and it never really got resolved.
I presume that the hack was included on Unna though legitimate means and
it must have worked at one stage or another.
I don't suppose anyone who has been on the list for a lot longer than me
can remember anything about how things ended up with this?
A curiosity more than anything vital.
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