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mrchocky: Since you asked, I posted because I thought that being able to download the program very fast was useful (thanks, Maus). Also, I had a problem with not having Digital Renderer on my machine and I thought others might have the same problem and be interested in where to get the solution. You really don't have to count the download, if you don't want to, but you haven't given any reason why a copy of the software on another server is not helpful and the counting guess seemed as good as any, to me. The only other reasons I can think of are frequent updates/bugfixes, advertising on the UPP web pages or putting a unique id into each download.

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