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Final Cut Pro X trial reset
#!/usr/bin/swift
import Foundation
let path = URL(fileURLWithPath: NSString(string: "~/Library/Application Support/.ffuserdata").expandingTildeInPath)
let data = try! NSData(contentsOf: path) as Data
let dictionary = try! NSKeyedUnarchiver.unarchiveTopLevelObjectWithData(data) as! NSDictionary
let mutableDictionary = dictionary.mutableCopy() as! NSMutableDictionary
for (key, value) in mutableDictionary {
if value is NSDate {
mutableDictionary[key] = Date()
}
}
try! NSKeyedArchiver.archivedData(withRootObject: mutableDictionary, requiringSecureCoding: false).write(to: path)
print("You'd better buy it")
@MrMinecraft97
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Digging around through archive.org I found this link for the trial version of 10.6.1. Keep in mind, I had to use free download manager to download it, chrome would keep going to network error. Also seems to be a version before the sidechain bug.

10.6.1:
https://web.archive.org/web/20210423102247if_/https://updates.cdn-apple.com/2020/macos/001-84693-20201210-59cbf73b-5b4b-4bdc-841e-7c28304c90a6/LogicProTrial.dmg

@vohracodes
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kindly help me anyone for the steps to apply this

@adamaaaa-stack
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hey if anyone is looking for lpx 10.5.1 its here
i was just digging around on web archive and found this
hope it helps
(https://web.archive.org/web/20200813214541/https://www.apple.com/logic-pro/trial/)

@Urminhirpara
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can it work on new macos 14 sonoma

@tueng1
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tueng1 commented Oct 30, 2023

can it work on new macos 14 sonoma

Yes

@karanmgandhi
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@tueng1 I am trying to run your command in Sonoma but it doesn't work. Here's the error I get. Can you please help?

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@TehBrian
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@tueng1 I am trying to run your command in Sonoma but it doesn't work. Here's the error I get. Can you please help?

@karanmgandhi, run it in the Terminal app.

Shortcuts is running it as administrator and therefore ~ refers to root's home (as opposed to your user's home) which is not where .ffuserdata is stored.

@karanmgandhi
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karanmgandhi commented Feb 21, 2024

Understood, tried it and it worked! Thanks a lot @TehBrian !

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