macmurphy wrote:it's restricted to sixty days, no?
It says it is, yes. Does it stop you? no.
In that time period, which amounts to around 45 hours of explicit demo use, I have produced zero public or private work in the software.
The evaluation box also doesn't account for how infrequently I've demoed it. That time period accounts for 2 explicit demo attempts and one time 'checking in' for about an hour. The software was deleted after each demo. I simply have been running the same 'system' (time machine backup restores) for 6 years now on various computers, so the license file appears to count the time since my first install of it.
Personally I feel that very little would be lost if I never looked at Reaper again, but I'm always looking to challenge my views and evaluate new options.