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Offline chrisNova777

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free upgrade to REASON 6.5 for REASON 6.0 Users still available
« on: September 14, 2020, 12:55:49 AM »
i can see looking here that in Sumer 2012 the free upgrade was offered to all 6.0 users

>July 10, 2012
>Reason 6.5.1 and Reason Essentials 1.5.1 updates are now available for free download

if i visit this url:

>Congratulations! We have now issued an upgrade license to your user account. You have received the >following upgrades: Reason 6.5 Upgrade

Aha! i think i just figured this out because i just checked my products and now it Says REASON 6.5!!!!
:) :)

i had been incorrectly told by reason support staff to visit the url
which contains the latest version of reason 6.5 but this url DOES NOT UGRADE YOUR 6.0 LICENSE to be able to authorize the use of the app...

you have to visit the "reason-upgrade" page which i actually just figured out by fluke after visiting the older website and sleuthing around on the web.archive backup server (another sleuthy win) lol