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"Plagiarism Detector" general discussion / Re: Compare two documents side by side
« Last post by Arnuguls on September 05, 2018, 11:47:45 AM »
Describe los pasos muy detallados fuera de lĂ­nea.
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Please email us [! DO NOT POST HERE !] your order id - I will restore your license code.
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I purchased a permit key 10 days back for 29$ it was working extremely well till today. Something happened and it moved back to the demo adaptation service. I as of now got a permit key when I enter that key it doesn't work any longer. If you don't mind help me asap.
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"Plagiarism Detector" general discussion / Re: license Difference
« Last post by Alexei B. on April 23, 2018, 10:08:22 AM »
The actual information on the licence difference is available from our site:

https://plagiarism-detector.com/c/en/buy_now_plagiarism_detector.php
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1. It would be most wise to not publish your activation code for everyone to see.

2. When you need to have your license re-initialized, please send e-mail to our support (plagiarism.detector.support -a- gmail.com ).

I hope it helps.
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"Plagiarism Detector" general discussion / Re: license Difference
« Last post by Willsonut on April 10, 2018, 01:34:45 PM »
What's the difference? Tell me, I want to know a lot.
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"Plagiarism Detector" usage issues / PD is not opening and showing license expired
« Last post by PM on April 09, 2018, 09:25:31 AM »
Dear Sir,

We have purchased Plagiarism Detector license.  Till yesterday it was working fine.
But from Today it is not opening and showing license expired.

Please help it is urgent.

Attached screenshot of the error page

with regards,
Dr. P Mondal
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"Plagiarism Detector" general discussion / Re: self sitation
« Last post by kawinha on February 21, 2018, 10:52:13 AM »
I agree
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"Plagiarism Detector" general discussion / Re: self sitation
« Last post by Alexei B. on December 21, 2017, 01:21:28 AM »
Hi Alexei, how reliable is this feature? I always fear these things might miss stuff and get you in trouble.
When it is of vital importance, I'd always recommend you to check yourself first, before submitting any paper.

The known problem with this feature that exists in some cases, is when Plagiarised and Referenced sections heavily overlap and are merged into one section. The resulting section may be shown as Plagiarism, even if a part of it is Referenced. However this is not likely to happen for "clean" documents, is it?

The merging algorithm is planned for upgrading in one  of the future versions.
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"Plagiarism Detector" general discussion / Re: self sitation
« Last post by Donahoe on December 16, 2017, 04:40:51 PM »
Hi Alexei, how reliable is this feature? I always fear these things might miss stuff and get you in trouble.
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