I only have 1 PC and my slots are used up again, it seems to me if u do not use Sublab for a period of time it then asks for an activation code, its the only way I can explain it, how else are the slots filling up. I appreciate posts that mention they do not work weekends so we have to wait until Mon / Tue (if lucky, was almost one week last time) but u have to decide if Sublab is a hobby toy or a tool for producers to use, if it is a tool then we need a system to reset keys or use an iLok or something, working producers cant just stop work to wait 4 days to have ID reset when an 808 is key to the production, it is time for this company to decide if SUBLAB is a TOY vst or a TOOL.
Here Here. I second this motion good sir.
Guys, yes, we’re on it! We very much feel your pain and we’re working on a new activation system that will allow machines to be deactivated from the user-side.
In the meantime, if you submit a Support Request using the chat box on our site, we will reset codes as quickly as possible; usually 24-48 hours Monday - Friday but occasionally longer if we receive an unusually large volume of requests, if I am out sick, or some other abnormal circumstance.
Please bear with us we’re working on a number of improvements to make things smoother for you
Also, we would really appreciate it if we can keep activation code reset queries limited to THIS THREAD