Events 4.0 registration

These are the registration instructions for Events version 4.06 and later. If you are running a previous version, we highly recommend that you download the latest 4.0 version before proceeding.
You can activate the plug-in in either of two ways:
A. As needed, by calling the plug-in’s registration function from each solution. (This method is typically used by developers, but may be used by anyone.)
B. Permanently, by putting a registration file on each target computer. (This method is typically used by end users.)
A. To activate the Events 4.0 plug-in via a function call:
(NOTE: This is a very brief explanation, intended for developers, not for end users.)
Launch FileMaker Pro 7.
Open your solution.
In your “Open” script (which runs when your solution opens), using the five (5) items under “Activation Key” above, add a Set Field script step that sets some temporary global text field to a formula like:
WavEv_SetRegistration( “John Doe” ; “Events” ; “single user license mac / win” ; 1 ; “201-334-302-246-338-375-389-345” )
Note that the arguments are all case-sensitive, so do not re-type the values; use Copy & Paste instead.
Skip to Step 6, under B., below.
B. To activate the Events 4.0 plug-in with a registration file:
Step 1. To copy your Activation Key to the clipboard:
In the email message that you received after you purchased the plug-in, find the five (5) lines that contain your Activation Key.
The first line begins with “RegisteredTo:”; the last line begins with “RegistrationCode:”.
Select those five (5) lines, and copy them (such as, with the menu “Edit / Copy”).
Step 2. To copy the example registration file into position:
Find the folder where you uncompressed the downloaded archive file (where you found the file you are reading now).
Copy the text file “WavEvRegistration.txt” from that folder into the Registration folder inside the Extensions folder inside the “Filemaker Pro 7” folder.
(NOTE: This file intentionally contains an INVALID Activation Key, and CANNOT be used “as is”.)
From here, follow either the instructions for WINDOWS or the instructions for MACINTOSH.
If you are using WINDOWS:
Step 3. To open the registration file:
Locate the file that you just copied; its full path should be:
C:Program FilesFileMakerFileMaker Pro 7ExtensionsRegistrationWavEvRegistration.txt
(NOTE: The “.txt” extension may be “hidden”.)
Double-click on the file, to open it.
Step 4. To correct the registration file:
From the menu, select Edit / Select All.
From the menu, select Edit / Paste.
From the menu, select File / Save.
From the menu, select File / Exit.
Step 5. Skip to Step 6, below.
If you are on a MACINTOSH:
Step 3. To open the registration file:
Locate the file that you just copied; its full path should be:
Applications/FileMaker Pro 7/Extensions/RegistrationWavEvRegistration.txt
Double-click on the file, to open it.
Step 4. To correct the registration file:
From the menu, select Edit / Select All.
From the menu, select Edit / Paste.
From the menu, select File / Save.
From the menu, select TextEdit / Quit TextEdit.
Step 5. Continue with Step 6, below.
WINDOWS or MACINTOSH:
Step 6. Launch FileMaker Pro 7
If the plug-in does not find the file “WavEvRegistration.txt”, you will see no message, but the plug-in will cease working in one hour.
If the plug-in finds the file “WavEvRegistration.txt” but its contents are invalid, you will see a message, and the plug-in will cease working in one hour.
If the plug-in finds the file “WavEvRegistration.txt” and it is valid, you will see no message, and the plug-in will work indefinitely.
Step 7. To confirm that the plug-in has loaded:
Windows: From the menu, select Edit / Preferences…
Macintosh: From the menu, select FileMaker Pro / Preferences…
Click on the Plug-Ins tab.
Make certain that the plug-in is listed (“Waves in Motion – Events”) and enabled (the checkbox is checked).
If you are using Windows, and the plug-in is in the correct folder, and it does not appear in the list of plug-ins, 
then you must install “Microsoft .NET Framework”.
Use Windows Update to download and install (the free user version of) “Microsoft .NET Framework”.
Step 8. You are now ready to begin using the new Events 4.0 plug-in for FileMaker Pro 7.0.
The provided file “ReadMe.txt” includes some plug-in documentation and describes the other documentation files.
We have included several example files to help point you in the right direction. However, if you find this is a bigger challenge than you were expecting, just give us a call, at:
(602) 956-7080