Hmm, according to the site and product library, I own AniMate2 (apparently bought it back in 2008 - Order #3970197 if that helps) but I don't have a serial number for it in "My Serial Numbers"? Whats currently in my DAZStudio is AniMate Lite.
Hey there, I've experienced a similar situation with my Daz Studio Pro. I recently purchased the animated ocean product and installed it. Upon trying it out I discovered to my surprise I only now have aniMate Lite with my DZ 4.10. Now this baffled me because I knew I had aniMate 2 with my previous version of DZ 4.8 which I still have on my old pc. So I fired her up and checked to be sure I wasn't losin' it and sure enough it still has the working version of aniMate 2 on it. It seems that since loading v. 4.8 and later upgrading to v 4.10 along the way my aniMate 2 was down graded to aniMate Lite and is now requesting a serial number I don't have and can't locate anywhere.
Ok I can understand that possibility but the downgrade from aniMate 2 to Lite is still the end result. So if aniMate 2 is aniMate Lite with a serial where then did the serial go. I;m not attempting to grumble on about it really. I am simply stating that with all explanations given the fact remains that now you have it, poof now you don;t.
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