Sometimes it happens on our Designers that we get the error message:

ULC Visual Editor License Problem
APP-LIMIT violation.

The only thing I can do is confirm with OK, but after the Visual Editor can no more be used.

asked 31.07.2012 at 03:51

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There are two known potential fixes:

Please make sure that you have got read+write rights on your Xpert.ivy (Windows 7 and higher is tricky!). Especially the default program folder can cause problems. Try to install the Designer outside program files folder.

For the other fixes you will have to delete some temporary files of the Visual Designer. Note that files that start with . are usually hidden in file managers. Please stop the Designer, then delete

  • the folder .ulc-ve-6.1 in your user home directory (e.g. c:\Benutzer\rwei oder c:\user\rwei)
  • the folder ulc in the designer installation folder

Then start the Designer again.

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answered 02.08.2012 at 08:40

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