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I have a friend who has a lot of good things to recommend it.
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You can't be given an answer unless you actually ask a question.
What's your question?
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I know I'm not very smart. So come to ask for knowledge from all of you.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS / 50% Discount To Celebrate Canada's 150th Birthday
« Last post by FitAll Support on April 17, 2017, 01:55:59 am »
During 2017 MTR Software is offering a 50% discount on the purchase of FitAll v9 to celebrate Canada's 150th birthday.

To get this discount all you have to do is enter the discount code CANADA150 when you make your purchase at www.fitall.com/purchase.html.
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The most complete comparison of the Evaluation, Personal and Research Editions of FitAll is to visit the http://www.fitall.com and select the menu items "About FitAll > Features & Specifications".
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FAQs About FitAll and MTR Software / Can I Run FitAll on a Mac Computer?
« Last post by FitAll Support on February 11, 2017, 12:18:35 am »
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FitAll is a Windows application, but it is possible to use a Virtual Machine on a Mac computer so that you can install Windows and then FitAll on the computer.

This has not been tested, but it should work.

To find out what is required search the internet for "Windows On Mac" to see what options are available.

If you decide to use a virtual machine, such as Parallel, and Windows on your Mac you should then install FitAll Evaluation Edition and test it before purchasing FitAll.

An alternative solution is to purchase an inexpensive laptop with Windows already installed on it and then install FitAll on that computer.
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Yes.

MTR Software will, upon request, implement special functions for its customers.

To get a quotation on the cost send an email to support@fitall.com describing the function.
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No.

Although MTR Software uses PayPal to process credit card payments you do NOT  require a PayPal account to have your purchase processed.
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No.

FitAll is a single user application that must be installed on your personal computer.
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Yes.

If you have developed your own functions and compiled a "User Library" there will be a file in the <FitAll Install directory>\FFL directory named ULib00.ffl to ULib09.ffl OR ULibib00.dll to ULib09.dll depending on whether you created the FitAll user function library using Delphi or Lazarus (FreePascal Compiler).

To share your functions with a colleague or others simply give them a copy of the *.ffl or *.dll file and have them copy it to the <FitAll install directory>\FFL directory on their system.

The next time they start FitAll your functions should be available to them.

Of course, they must have a purchased copy of FitAll.
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