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- Generate an Array of Software Random Activation Keys - RandomKeys lets you generate a number of random software activation keys. Create 100,000 random activation keys in a matter of a few or several minutes. You can save an array of random keys as a text file (line by line), as a text file in the XML format, as an NSData file, as an SQLite database file. - Features - 1. Generate random software activation keys up to 1 million. 2. Choose lowercase English alphabetic letters, uppercase English alphabetic letters, numbers as source characters to make activation keys. 3. Separate chunks of characters with the dash (-), the underscore (_) or the white space ( ). 4. Set the number of chunks (, which we call runs) of characters between 4 and 20. 5. Set the number of characters in each run between 3 and 10. 6. Insert or not insert a pre-defined text segment at the beginning of each random key. 7. Test-generate an activation key before lettering the application create a bunch. 8. Save an array of random software activation keys as a text file with one key inserted to each line. 9. Save an array of random software activation keys as a text file in the XML format. 10.Save an array of random software activation keys as a text file in the NSData format. 11.Save an array of random software activation keys by creating an SQLite database file. The user can set the names of a table and a field. 12.Save an array of random software activation keys as NSArray. (Version 1.0.4) 13.Save an array of random software activation keys as CSV. (Version 1.0.4) 14.Save key settings as an application document file. Double-click on a saved document file to recover settings. 15.Save key settings to the sandbox folder assigned to the application. Choose Load Settings under RandomKeys to recover saved settings at any time. 16.The application does not support the fullScreen mode. The size of the main application window is fixed. 17.The application supports the retina screen. (tested with 2014 2.6 GHz 13″ MacBook Pro) 18.Languages: English only. 19.Application file size: 16.7 MB. 20.The application comes with a built-in 17-page user guide. Choose Show Quick Tour under RandomKeys whenever you need to see it. - System requirements - 1. 10.8 (tested with 10.8.5), 10.9 (not tested), 10.10 (tested with 10.10.5), 10.11 (tested with 10.11.1) 1. 64-bit system - Limitations - 1. The maximum number of random keys that the user can generate is set to 1 million. If you want to generate just 100,000, it can be a matter of several minutes or more for a Mac equipped with a Quad Core processor. You really don’t want to make 1 millions keys, which can probably take one day or so, depending on key settings. - A rule of thumbs - 1. If you really want to generate 1 million random activation keys, we won’t stop you. It can take as much as 24 hours, we presume. Make sure you maximize the number of possibilities by turning on all three character checkbox buttons. 2. Don’t choose to save an array of keys to an SQLite database file if you have a large number of them to produce. That’s a very time-consuming task. Choose Save as XML instead.