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I tried to fix it, but I get this error: A: We use a digital-only license (instead of a physical) and we don't have a copy of Insatia available. It would be one thing if the crack had a keygen option (instead of a simple tool), but the crack doesn't have such option. So, the only thing you can do is to contact the distributor of Insatia (or the developer if they released a version for both, for example), and you can try to bargain with them to sell a copy of Insatia for the key you want. Hope this helps! Q: How to combine two instances of a Class? I have the following code: public static List generateButtons(int[] deck) { List buttonList = new List(); // This loop creates the buttons foreach (int card in deck) { buttonList.Add(new Button()); } return buttonList; } This code works perfectly fine. However, instead of instantiating a new Button for every iteration of the loop, I want to combine two instances of the Button class into a single instance. So, I want my code to look like this: public static List generateButtons(int[] deck) { List buttonList = new List(); // This loop combines two instances of the Button class foreach (int card in deck) { buttonList.Add(new Button()); } return buttonList; } I've tried using buttonList.Add(new Button()).ToList() in an attempt to combine two instances of the Button class, but I have a feeling this is not the correct way to do this. How can I combine two instances of the Button class? A: Your problem is that List doesn't know anything about your class Button. The only two things it knows about are: An IList A IEnumerable You can use your current method of instantiating List









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