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That's me at right, in the yellow shirt holding the dish of bubble stuff. If you don't mind the restriction, there's no need to register.

How it Works In short: make a payment of any amount to me via Pay Pal, and the resulting Pay Pal transaction ID is your plugin registration code, good until your Lightroom serial number changes.

You may use the unregistered (free) version at no charge, however some features (see below) are limited or disabled in the free version.

You may use the unregistered (free) version at no charge, however some features will be either limited or disabled: Now updating keyword tags will automatically mark affected photos for re-publishing.

It won’t publish, an error box pops up stating “Unexpected HTTP reply from …..”which is the url for the gallery I’m trying to upload.

In the plug-in manager in LR, the Zenfolio button is yellow and states…Installed: may not work.That'll bring up a dialog in which you can paste your registration code.(It is case sensitive, so it's best to copy-and-paste so that there are no typos.) The Fine Print I'm trying to be really laid back and reasonable... but I've got to set some limits, so here they are...NOTE: If you have an earlier version of the plug-in installed, you must modify the Piwigo Publish Service settings for the fix to take effect.Simply go to the Lightroom Publishing Manager, log-in, then check/un-check any check-box - this will enable the Save button.Officially, there are no guarantees other than the registration code will work to remove the trial-period-ended limitation of the copy of the plugin you have, for the version of Lightroom you have.Your registration ties one plugin to one Lightroom serial number, and you can use the same registration code (Pay Pal transaction ID) to register that plugin with that same Lightroom serial number on multiple machines, such as if you use Lightroom on the two machines Adobe's license allows, or you later have to do permit the use of my plugins on pirated copies of Lightroom.If you choose to make a payment of [[

In the plug-in manager in LR, the Zenfolio button is yellow and states…Installed: may not work.

That'll bring up a dialog in which you can paste your registration code.

(It is case sensitive, so it's best to copy-and-paste so that there are no typos.) The Fine Print I'm trying to be really laid back and reasonable... but I've got to set some limits, so here they are...

NOTE: If you have an earlier version of the plug-in installed, you must modify the Piwigo Publish Service settings for the fix to take effect.

Simply go to the Lightroom Publishing Manager, log-in, then check/un-check any check-box - this will enable the Save button.

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In the plug-in manager in LR, the Zenfolio button is yellow and states…Installed: may not work.That'll bring up a dialog in which you can paste your registration code.(It is case sensitive, so it's best to copy-and-paste so that there are no typos.) The Fine Print I'm trying to be really laid back and reasonable... but I've got to set some limits, so here they are...NOTE: If you have an earlier version of the plug-in installed, you must modify the Piwigo Publish Service settings for the fix to take effect.Simply go to the Lightroom Publishing Manager, log-in, then check/un-check any check-box - this will enable the Save button.Officially, there are no guarantees other than the registration code will work to remove the trial-period-ended limitation of the copy of the plugin you have, for the version of Lightroom you have.Your registration ties one plugin to one Lightroom serial number, and you can use the same registration code (Pay Pal transaction ID) to register that plugin with that same Lightroom serial number on multiple machines, such as if you use Lightroom on the two machines Adobe's license allows, or you later have to do permit the use of my plugins on pirated copies of Lightroom.If you choose to make a payment of $0.01 (or whatever minimum Pay Pal allows for your currency), Pay Pal takes that as — I've gotten scattered reports that Pay Pal inexplicably forces a minimum of $1.00 for some folks, when starting a transaction with the button below.If you're caught up in this, you can get around that forced minimum by going to directly, click on "send", and setting the recipient to “ How To Use Your Registration Code After you generate a transaction at Pay Pal, you can find the “Unique Transaction ID” (or, for some users, the “Receipt Number”) immediately on the confirmation page, the confirmation email, or your Pay Pal history screen...This plug-in is released as Shareware (no source code provided).The license allows you to install the plugin on two computers, for example a desktop and a laptop computer, owned and operated by a single user.

]].01 (or whatever minimum Pay Pal allows for your currency), Pay Pal takes that as — I've gotten scattered reports that Pay Pal inexplicably forces a minimum of

In the plug-in manager in LR, the Zenfolio button is yellow and states…Installed: may not work.

That'll bring up a dialog in which you can paste your registration code.

(It is case sensitive, so it's best to copy-and-paste so that there are no typos.) The Fine Print I'm trying to be really laid back and reasonable... but I've got to set some limits, so here they are...

NOTE: If you have an earlier version of the plug-in installed, you must modify the Piwigo Publish Service settings for the fix to take effect.

Simply go to the Lightroom Publishing Manager, log-in, then check/un-check any check-box - this will enable the Save button.

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In the plug-in manager in LR, the Zenfolio button is yellow and states…Installed: may not work.That'll bring up a dialog in which you can paste your registration code.(It is case sensitive, so it's best to copy-and-paste so that there are no typos.) The Fine Print I'm trying to be really laid back and reasonable... but I've got to set some limits, so here they are...NOTE: If you have an earlier version of the plug-in installed, you must modify the Piwigo Publish Service settings for the fix to take effect.Simply go to the Lightroom Publishing Manager, log-in, then check/un-check any check-box - this will enable the Save button.Officially, there are no guarantees other than the registration code will work to remove the trial-period-ended limitation of the copy of the plugin you have, for the version of Lightroom you have.Your registration ties one plugin to one Lightroom serial number, and you can use the same registration code (Pay Pal transaction ID) to register that plugin with that same Lightroom serial number on multiple machines, such as if you use Lightroom on the two machines Adobe's license allows, or you later have to do permit the use of my plugins on pirated copies of Lightroom.If you choose to make a payment of $0.01 (or whatever minimum Pay Pal allows for your currency), Pay Pal takes that as — I've gotten scattered reports that Pay Pal inexplicably forces a minimum of $1.00 for some folks, when starting a transaction with the button below.If you're caught up in this, you can get around that forced minimum by going to directly, click on "send", and setting the recipient to “ How To Use Your Registration Code After you generate a transaction at Pay Pal, you can find the “Unique Transaction ID” (or, for some users, the “Receipt Number”) immediately on the confirmation page, the confirmation email, or your Pay Pal history screen...This plug-in is released as Shareware (no source code provided).The license allows you to install the plugin on two computers, for example a desktop and a laptop computer, owned and operated by a single user.

.00 for some folks, when starting a transaction with the button below.If you're caught up in this, you can get around that forced minimum by going to directly, click on "send", and setting the recipient to “ How To Use Your Registration Code After you generate a transaction at Pay Pal, you can find the “Unique Transaction ID” (or, for some users, the “Receipt Number”) immediately on the confirmation page, the confirmation email, or your Pay Pal history screen...This plug-in is released as Shareware (no source code provided).The license allows you to install the plugin on two computers, for example a desktop and a laptop computer, owned and operated by a single user.

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