Use of an old beta version

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Nov 11, 2012

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I found an old beta version (67) of a product that ADOBE is not selling anymore: Atmosphere. It's for the creation of 3D objects. It's working. Can I use it and distribute it to my students? Any legal problem?

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Mylenium Most Valuable Participant , Nov 11, 2012
Well, it's still Adobe software and you have no rights to it, even more so since it is a product that never made it into a full retail product. The is is a big no, no, no.Mylenium

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Well, it's still Adobe software and you have no rights to it, even more so since it is a product that never made it into a full retail product. The is is a big no, no, no.

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Hello, i used to Beta test ( atmosphere) for five years, and never got my free copy , like all others testers. Is it possible to get one from Adobe? My name if you use see it on the (Most Valuable Tester) introduction. Thank you very much for your time

 

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