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I guess the appearance of this coincided with a pay-for TypeMock?

If it can't be turned off then it should really be in the feature comparison chart given that it PREVENTS AUTOMATED TESTING. That is automatic testing in the sense that one doesn't have to interact with the machine when the tests are run.
asked by servotest bob (3.8k points)

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Thanks for pointing this out. The nag screen can be turned off when purchasing a license.

We will add it to the feature matrix.

:arrow: In version 3.0 we have relaxed the screen, and it doesn't halt the tests.
answered by scott (32k points)