Problem is solved. I discovered another place: Application Output->Icon/Version, that also contains project data.
Having two places in a project (i.e., Environment Options->Default Settings and Output->Icon/Version) that contain contradictory project data is a little bit confusing… Perhaps, having all these project data located in one and only one place would be preferable.
I have converted a project from HE 3.6.5 (trial version) to HE 4 (trial version). Apparently, conversion performed successfully. Today, after buying HE 4 (commercial edition) and registrering, I checked the project before production. The project deals with the distribution of an eBook. It provides a trial version in which access to parts of the eBook are locked.
I checked that locking properly works. Apparently it does since I got the error message “You have not the right to access the requested page: its is locked”. The message also provides an hyperlink under the reference: “contact the author of this program”.
I clicked on the hyperlink to check the displayed data, and got a pop-up window. Here is the place where the problem came out:
according to the message displayed there, I am still using the trial version wheras I have
registered the HE 4 copy I am using,
the message also displays wrong email address and web homepage. Actually, the displayed data
are the ones that I had declared in the initial HE 3.6.5 project and that have been kept unchanged
in the converted project athough I manually changed them in Environment options->Default
Therefore, not only is HE 4 missing the fact that my copy is now registered but also the fact that I changed my personal data in Environment options->Default Settings.
I opened Application Behavior->Dialog Boxes and I looked into the HTML code “Error message” found there.
The problem you mentioned is due to the use of the Trial edition. By default, the Trial edition inserts “Trial”-related texts in some fields like copyright, etc… Once you have activated your registered version, you can edit the fields to remove the trial references: in fact, the program does not do it automatically.