[Ardour-Users] Ardour 3.0 is released / payment options

Paul Davis paul at linuxaudiosystems.com
Thu Mar 14 11:24:19 PDT 2013

On Thu, Mar 14, 2013 at 2:22 PM, . m u r m e r . <murmer at murmerings.com>wrote:

> On 2013.03.14 16:07 , Wendy Van Wynsberghe wrote:
>> I don't know if the screenshot will get through, but it proves what I
>> am writing here:::
>> --> I want to pay for the download of the source code of Ardour 3, but
>> also in Belgium, Paypal forces you to have an account
> for the sake of solving the mystery, i have a theory: i have a paypal
> account, and when i tried to sign up for a monthly subscription it tried to
> force me to pay by bank transfer rather that from my (large) paypal
> balance. i looked into and was informed that as my balance in in euros and
> not USD i could not use it for a monthly subscripion in USD.
> the solution for me is easy - i can convert a portion of my euro balance
> to USD first within my paypal account, and then use that balance to pay the
> subscription. but i suspect that also means that it won't let anyone whose
> default credit/debit card currency is not USD pay with that card without
> having an account and doing the internal conversion (from which paypal
> profits of course) as i have to do.
> could the solution be for there to be multiple currencies set up within
> ardour's paypal account so it can accept different currencies? i know in my
> paypal account i have euro, USD and GBP balances (just the USD one is empty
> currently). might be simpler than setting up a whole new payment structure.

I already do that, but have not set up subscriptions in euros. I will give
that some thought. Thanks for your investigations.
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