Is it possible to run LinqPad in an unlicensed mode temporarily?
Strange scenario, but thought maybe there is a way to make this work - I'd like to record a short screencast to show someone how to do something, but would prefer to have LinqPad operating as an unlicensed instance so it looks and behaves the same as it will for the person I'm teaching. Is there a command line switch available to stop the activation on startup? I thought maybe portable mode would do this, but it still activates. Thanks for the help.
Still would like to know if there is a different way to accomplish this but creating a new user on my PC allowed me to run LinqPad without the additional features.
You can also temporarily deactivate the license - it won't use up a transfer if you re-activate the same machine.