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I solved the problem using the abreviation "SC" for "Santa Catarina"  (Brazil).


On Tue, Jun 23, 2009 at 12:58 PM, Bogdan
Marinescu<> wrote:
> :) I could, of course, but I still don't know how to get over your
> "Province" filter :) I could look on the net and find a valid combination,
> but don't worry, this isn't urgent. Thanks for your help.
> Best,
> Bogdan
> On Tue, Jun 23, 2009 at 6:55 PM, Walter Luh <>
> wrote:
>> Hi Bogdan, we apologize for the inconvenience and are looking into it. We
>> will get back to you offline.  While we get the issue resolved, perhaps you
>> can temporarily use an alternative address?
>> Walter
>> On Jun 23, 2009, at 8:44 AM, Bogdan Marinescu wrote:
>>> I think you have a bug in your web registration application. I'm
>>> trying to register, but I get this message:
>>> "Could not find Bucuresti as a province from Romania. Try to use the
>>> province abbreviation or number."
>>> We have something that can be seen as "provences" in Romania, but your
>>> web app clearly doesn't know much about them. Please fix this if you
>>> can, I'm really interested in your SDK.
>>> Best,
>>> Bogdan
>>> On Tue, Jun 23, 2009 at 6:33 PM, Walter Luh <>
>>> wrote:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> Today, we are launching the early adopter version of the Ansca Corona
>>>> SDK. The SDK makes it incredibly easy to write native iPhone applications in
>>>> Lua!
>>>> The SDK comes with a simulator, debugger, sample code, and over 100
>>>> pages of documentation to get you started writing the next great iPhone app.
>>>> In addition, our seed developers have already created native iPhone apps
>>>> using our SDK and have successfully submitted them to the App Store.
>>>> (
>>>> To try out the SDK, goto and sign up
>>>> for our early adopter program. Once registered, you'll be able to download
>>>> it and access the developer forums where we'll be able to answer your
>>>> questions about the Corona SDK.
>>>> On a personal note, we were first exposed to Lua when we were back at
>>>> Adobe and have become fans of the language ever since, especially of the Lua
>>>> list.  We expect a lot of non-traditional developers and even web developers
>>>> will show interest in Corona.  We would love to get help from you — the Lua
>>>> community — in getting these folks up to speed and use Lua to create
>>>> captivating iPhone experiences!
>>>> Enjoy!
>>>> Walter + Carlos