Basically what the title says.

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Thanks, I still get this

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Thanks, I still get this message: This version of Vuo is newer than your license allows. Please purchase an update, or download an older version at vuo.org. Or, you may try the current version for as long as you like, but you won't be able to save your compositions, use pro nodes, or export apps.

@George_Toledo, in general,

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GeorgeToledo, in general, our license scheme (since December 2014) is that patch releases (0.0.x) are provided at no additional cost to people with an up-to-date license, and major and minor releases (x.0.0 and 0.x.0) are paid.

For example, Vuo 1.2.1 is a free update for people with a Vuo 1.2.x license. If you have an earlier license (say, 1.1.x), you can purchase the 1.2.x update, then you get all the 1.2.x patch releases (1.2.0, 1.2.1, and possible future 1.2.x patch releases) at no additional cost.

In 2015, we released Vuo 1.1 and 1.2; in 2016 we're planning to release 1.3 and maybe 1.4 — so basically it works out to paying $24 twice per year if you want to always have the latest version.