We're sorry to hear that you've ran into an issue with OzCode.
Can you please send us your log files which are located at %Temp%\OzCode\Logs to firstname.lastname@example.org? That would help us figure out more about the issue.
Once you've reached the limit of 3 computers, a message will pop up in which a link will be included. All you have to do is click on it and follow the instructions that follow.
Please note that the link doesn't work with some browsers at the moment so if you reach a template site, try to open it with another browser.
Thanks, our team will further investigate.
Thanks for letting us know about this. We weren't able to reproduce the issue. Can you please send us a short video demonstrating the problem to email@example.com? That would really help us get to the bottom of this.
Thanks for the suggestion,
this is actually something we are currently working on as part of the new collaborative debugger. You can see an early preview of this in the 2nd half of our recent channel 9 video. In this tool, you will be able to create 2 Snapshots with 2 different executions and be able to compare them.
Can you please tell us what version of OzCode you're using when running into this issue?
Thanks for drawing our attention to the issue, we thought we had it fixed. We will make sure to further investigate.
Can you please send us over your log files (%Temp%\OzCode\Logs) to firstname.lastname@example.org? That would help us figure out more about the problem.
Thanks for this suggestion. It makes sense. We hope to implement it in a future version of OzCode.
Thanks for the feedback. We're drastically improving the Search feature in OzCode v3.5. You can read more about this in these blog posts:https://blog.oz-code.com/ozcode-3-5-eap-released-amazing-new-search/
As part of these improvements, we have made it so that when you type the Search text, OzCode will already select it if its already available without running the deep search.
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