marrco is totally right ! Seriously, not supporting 32bit anymore is a feature, not a bug ! 😀 It is the same for al the new tools today. Photoshop is not available in 32 bits anymore, even some smaller design tools, like the Affinity Suite (Photo, Designer, Publisher) aren’t available in 32bits.
Evolution, Morpheus, evolution !ozwebMember
You guys are missing the point. I like BS Studio and have no complaints with the product. My only frustration was with the lack of support for 32-bit platforms from version 5.X onwards. The product is a drag and drop responsive web design product and of course if you know CSS/PHP/JS etc. you can do a lot more with it. But the product is NOT being marketed as a Developer Suite type release. The product is not just aimed at Pros (which I am too) but also people with little coding skills. I can understand it being 64-bit based if it is a high end Web Development Suite type product. But really, for $60 lifetime license, I think you can expect Pros and amateurs to both use it competently. So time for some of you to get off your high horses about being Pros and needing multiple displays etc. and see other view points.
And, I still stand by my earlier comment about being transparent. If the product will ONLY run on 64-bit, then the Release Notes or announcement should state this and not wait for people to find this out only when they try to upgrade to 5.X. This will be my last post on this topic. Thanks for your views anyway.PrintninjaMember
ozweb, 64 bit computers have been the norm for at least ten years now. Nobody here is on a “high horse.” If you’re still using a 32 bit system, you’re just using outdated hardware and software from ten-plus years ago. If you do this for a living, then you certainly must realize that you need to upgrade your hardware at LEAST every ten years.RuprectMemberValued
Everytime I boot my machine, I get requested for the license key. I then enter it, and use the default name of my PC (PC009 – nice and very corporate) and then get the dialog:
“You’ve already activated 3 computers ….”
Yes, and one of them is my PC009, the other is my home desktop, and the last is my laptop.
I then select to deactivate one of them (choosing PC009) – And can then start the program.
Then I get an error:
“An error occured while validating your license”
And then sometimes I get it to start — Currently it will not…
I then uninstalled, and installed again – and got error “App has been deactivated remotely, please save and close”
I then tried running as administrator (im on Windows 10) – And that seemed to fix the start, for now.
Can you please clarify how to open my code in an external editor? In settings I have chosen sublime as my default editor, but am completely flumoxed as to how to use it. I am new to this tool, so imagine I’m missing something obvious, but for us newbies ‘Simply right click and select – open in’ – right click what?!?!
Many thanksMartin AngelovBootstrap Studio Developer
@ruprect, I haven’t seen reports of that particular issue, but some users have had problems with Bootstrap Studio 4 also being present on their systems and started by mistake instead of the new release. This can cause the bstudio configuration directory to be overwritten with the old format, which can result in errors. In every case, removing the old Bootstrap Studio 4 release fixes the problem.
@ozweb Sorry things have turned out this way. We should have communicated the deprecation of 32bit somehow. With so many things to address in relation to the version 5 update, we have overlooked this.Lee_GordonMember
Hi, I downloaded the new version but after rebooting it asks me to
re-enter the license key. I enter my code but the following error
appears: An error occured while validating your license. Prease try
Thanks you Carmine
Did you ever get a solution for this?
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