Hi Brendon et al,
You may or may not be interested in a further test that I've carried out on NXT4 transitions - here goes -
I belong to a group creating DVDs in a local organisation. I therefore have access to a number of Win10 machines and one other copy of NXT4. (most of us are still using NXT on Win7). I borrowed the other NXT4 (my friend has upgraded to NXT5 - poor chap!! - no info on transitions from him yet though) and installed it on another Win10 machine. Lo and behold ALL the transitions were there and working.
The interesting thing is the version number. After installation it was at "220.127.116.11; 18.104.22.168 Build 170B67A SP1, RO3 170B32A, RO3".
I was invited to install two upgrades, the first to SP2, (version "22.214.171.124; 126.96.36.199 Build 170B67A SP2, RO3 170B32B, RO3") and the second to SP3 (version "188.8.131.52; 184.108.40.206 Build 170B67A SP3, RO3 170B32B, RO3")
The version number appears to be an earlier one than mine (220.127.116.11), yet they were purchased on the same order. (I remember upgrading mine, but I can't remember what to).
I would like to install my copy onto this Win10 machine to see what that gives (to determine if it's my machine causing the problem), but I am aware of the installation limit as advised via this forum. (Where did this limit come from? It's not referred to in any supplied documentation). I seem to remember a post referring to a possible "reset" of this limit once it has been reached (can't find it now!!). Can you help with this? I definitely consider this issue as being a legitimate reason for multiple installations.