as long as they are not playing at the same table.
This is impossible, The software doesnt allow 2 people to play at the same
table on one key, Joyce, If you try to sit at the same
table, It gives you a popup message saying "2 people cannot play at the same
table from the same
keycode" then it will boot both players from HW automatically. I was aware of this and didnt need clarification. That was a given.
The point to my thorough post, we'll go ahead and call it drama if you insist, was that i dont see why two people cannot be "running the game" at the same time from two different computers on one key, while playing at seperate tables, in online real-time play.
We have been told 100's of times that when we purchased HW keys
, we didnt purchase the game with the intention of playing online. Just the software itself. So why would it matter how many are logged into the internet real-time play of the same
software on one key, if the software doesnt allow you to play at the same
table already by programming default.
To add to the "drama", and i may be jumping ahead of the clarification here, If it is a licensing issue, i was under the impression that most (all?) softwares are setup with a license to allow installation of software on up to 3 personal computers
in one household, or business setting. So this would allow, i would think, up to 3 computers
on one key to run the game.
Hopefully GrandmaS will clarify exactly what is allowed and isnt on the matter, and what "running the game" means exactly. We (I) already know 2 people on different computers
cant play in same
game from same
key as the software doesnt allow it, But what about both sitting/chatting in the lobby, or playing at 2 seperate tables, or one in lobby and one in a game? Is this allowed from the same
Thank you GrandmaS
I know you arent sce, you dont make the rules, but youre our only link of info these days, we never hear from anyone else but you, I sure do appreciate ya in so many ways!