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Hi Musa,

The V2.0 you purchased is yours to keep, as it is a perpetual license. 

We have moved to a subscription model and released OzCode V3.0 in March. 2017. 

As a V2.0 customer, you received a free upgrade for six months and a 35% lifetime discount after that (I can check the exact details of your subscription if you provide your name and email address). 

To claim the promotion, you registered a credit card for the subscription and agreed to have your card charged at the end of the free period. 

Of course, you always have the option to disable auto-renewal to avoid any charges.

Additionally you would have received an email from Blue Snap, our credit card processor notifying you of the upcoming charge. 

If you are not using OzCode and wish to end your subscription and receive a refund, please contact us directly at provide your name and email address.

If you do like OzCode and wish to use it free, we would be happy to supply a free corporate trial to all the C# developers in your organization. 

Thanks for clarifying.

Please check your mailbox as we've answered your inquiry via email.

We're sorry that you've ran into an issue with OzCode.

Does it work properly once you click on the question marks? also, can you please send us latest log files from %TEMP%\OzCode\Logs to ? That would really help us figure out more about the issue.


Hi Ronen,

To enter your subscription into OzCode, you don't need a license key. You can simply log into OzCode using your email and password.

To do so,
1. Make sure you have the latest version of OzCode (at least v2.0.0.2320. Here's a direct download link for VS2012, VS2013, and VS2015 and a different download for VS2017.
2. Click OzCode->About


2. Click "Log In"


3. Type in your email and password, and you're done! If you can't find your password, please go to the Forgot Password page to reset your password.


Hi Toby,

Thanks for the suggestion, the request makes sense. We hope to support it as soon as possible.

Thanks for your idea, that makes sense. Note that in OzCode v3.5 we are releasing a feature that allows filtering items in a Collection. We will definitely look into filtering properties in the future. Feel free to view our OzCode v3.5 Webinar for more information.


We can't seem to reproduce the problem. Can you try downloading OzCode from a different network. For example a WIFI hotspot from your phone and see whether that solves the problem?

Thanks for the suggestion, in VS 2015 there is already a shortcut which is shift+alt+p. Unfortunately that shortcut was taken out in VS2017 so we will try to come up with a new one.

You can always choose your own shortcuts by going to Tools->Options->General->Keyboard


Thanks for the idea, it makes sense. We hope to implement it in a future version of OzCode.

Hi Huang,

OzCode doesn't change the behavior of VS in terms of stopping on exceptions. If you want to prevent VS from stopping on an exception that has a Try Catch (First chance exception), please uncheck the checkbox under Debug->Windows->Exception settings or ctrl+alt+E.