How do I buy and register Version 15?

#1
I did not see anywhere on the site that allowed me to buy an update. The normal update thingie says it is Version 14. ?????

Next, I saw someplace that Version 15 is a FREE update for licensed copies of Version 14. I would think that this means that I could just use my Version 14 license info, BUT on the Options screen there is no tab for entering the license data. ?????

Harvey
 
#3
I did not see anywhere on the site that allowed me to buy an update. The normal update thingie says it is Version 14. ?????

Next, I saw someplace that Version 15 is a FREE update for licensed copies of Version 14. I would think that this means that I could just use my Version 14 license info, BUT on the Options screen there is no tab for entering the license data. ?????

Harvey
Version 15 is in beta. Version 14 is still the current release.
OK.
I did not see anywhere on the site that allowed me to buy an update. The normal update thingie says it is Version 14. ?????

Next, I saw someplace that Version 15 is a FREE update for licensed copies of Version 14. I would think that this means that I could just use my Version 14 license info, BUT on the Options screen there is no tab for entering the license data. ?????

Harvey
Expansion of what I wrote. I use only TCC, not TC. It is the TCC Options screen that is lacking the Registration tab. I started up TC for the first time ever and the Options screen there DOES have a Registration tab.

Harvey
 

rconn

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#4
Expansion of what I wrote. I use only TCC, not TC. It is the TCC Options screen that is lacking the Registration tab. I started up TC for the first time ever and the Options screen there DOES have a Registration tab.
The registration tab was removed from TCC's OPTION dialog. (See the "What's New" section in the help.)
 

rconn

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#6
Btw. why did you do that (i.e. removing the registration tab from TCC)? Any intentions to drop TCC in favor of TCmd?
There is no intention of dropping TCC. (TCMD couldn't replace it; TCMD is just the tabbed console interface. It doesn't have a command processor.)

It was removed from TCC to (1) reduce the size of TCC; (2) speed up the loading and initialization of TCC, and (3) put the registration checks in one place instead of spread across three apps (TCC, TCMD, and IDE).