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Hi, I would like to download OpenSHAPA for Mac. When I click on the download link I get the message: A username and password are being requested by http://www.openshapa.org. The site says: "Authentication Required"

Could you please help me with downloading?

Thanks Ruth Tincoff Bucknell University

asked 25 Jan '12, 01:16

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What username and password should I enter so that I can download OpenSHAPA for Mac? I did not see an answer on the page this was redirected to.

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The question has been closed for the following reason "See - https://openshapa.org/support/questions/55/download-issues" by Clinton 25 Jan '12, 13:58


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edited 25 Jan '12, 13:59

thanks. here's the thing. I don't have the technical knowledge to understand the explanation. I would like to look at OpenSHAPA to determine if it fits my research needs. I'd like to download the most stable version. I have access to general tech support from the university, but no dedicated project tech support - small university, predominantly undergrad, no PhDs. Which link should I use for the download?

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