Various ways of inserting passwords into Embird are possible - either using PIN or Clipboard or PASSWORD.KLC file. If you are not familiar with any of these ways, try to use the "Auto-Copy to Clipboard" command explained in this tutorial.
Assuming you have paid for Embird registration and received an email with registration password from us, please follow these steps:
1 - Run Embird, it will start in "Manager" mode.
2 - Check whether your copy of Embird is "Unregistered" by reading the text in the bar at the top of Embird Manager window (Picture No. 1).
3 - In case you have an unregistered copy, select "Help > Auto-Copy To Clipboard" command from the main menu (Picture No. 1).
1. Unregistered copy, Select "Help > Auto-Copy To Clipboard"
4 - Embird will display a dialog box with instructions (Picture No. 2).
2. Dialog box with instructions
5 - Run your e-mail client software and open the e-mail with passwords which you have received from us after paying for Embird registration at http://www.embird.net/sw/embird/register.htm. Typically, you would receive two e-mails, containing different forms of password. Choose the e-mail without attachment, containing the text form of the password (Picture No. 3).
3. Embird password e-mail
6 - In this e-mail, double click the text with password, i.e. the body of the e-mail (Picture No. 3). Embird will display a message informing you about the recognition of passwords (Picture No. 4). In case you do not obtain this message, please repeat this step - double click again on e-mail with password - until the message appears.
4. Password recognition
7 - Once the password is recognized and inserted into Embird, you will see in the bar at the top of Embird Manager window that Embird is registered (Picture No. 5). You can also check which plug-ins are registered by choosing "Help > Installed Plug- ins" command from main menu.
5. Embird switched to registered mode
8 - Please back-up your passwords using "Help > Passwords" command from main menu. See more details in Passwords Back- up tutorial.