No. Lets say you installed the Learning edition of Visual Basic 5.0 and
it comes with a developer license (but NOT a runtime license) for a
that Emerald uses. Emerald would not overwrite the control (since its
mostly likely newer than the 2.1/2.2 distributed control) and you would
get a license error, which is not displayed by emerald, but by a control
emerald is trying to use.
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