GCP Editor Pro activation copy/paste does not work WebODM3

I have installed GCP Editor Pro, but when I get to the serial number, I “copy”, the number(s) … no problem, but I cannot “paste” this number into GCP Editor Pro, or maybe it does paste and it never acknowledges that the paste worked. In any case, I’m not sure I want to attempt actually typing al these lines of incoherent text to see if I can complete the activation with NO mistakes …

I did “save”, and “download” a GCP file, and it does “load”, but nothing appears within the loaded data.

The file I saved and downloaded is as follows:
EPSG:4326
-81.13102711737157 41.09891937861632 NaN 529.0474248672404 724.1422182492065 20230118_153223_0146.JPG gcp01
-81.13102711737157 41.09891937861632 NaN 512.2304338934504 967.3861599787291 20230118_153227_0147.JPG gcp01
-81.13102711737157 41.09891937861632 NaN 509.2178845193404 1431.5613480985942 20230118_153230_0148.JPG gcp01
-81.13102711737157 41.09891937861632 NaN 508.07857223919905 1921.071452804195 20230118_153232_0149.JPG gcp01
-81.13102711737157 41.09891937861632 NaN 1764.733200594161 1732.1024867252806 20230118_153508_0217.JPG gcp01
-81.13102711737157 41.09891937861632 NaN 2448.5379467463695 455.65083189752 20230118_153442_0211.JPG gcp01
-81.13102711737157 41.09891937861632 NaN 2442.706007002517 1070.3980819215867 20230118_153444_0212.JPG gcp01
-81.13102711737157 41.09891937861632 NaN 2444.902541314346 1652.996412787832 20230118_153446_0213.JPG gcp01
-81.13102711737157 41.09891937861632 NaN 1730.9049249446302 291.0762293206023 20230118_153500_0214.JPG gcp01
-81.13102711737157 41.09891937861632 NaN 1734.2420049191826 651.2708213440244 20230118_153504_0215.JPG gcp01
-81.12941184081139 41.099401902479016 NaN 3146.7885044323584 613.6155099050375 20230118_152535_0001.JPG gcp02
-81.12941184081139 41.099401902479016 NaN 3158.022862763196 844.4648472729618 20230118_152539_0002.JPG gcp02
-81.12941184081139 41.099401902479016 NaN 3180.887934221713 1196.1922378076413 20230118_152541_0003.JPG gcp02
-81.12941184081139 41.099401902479016 NaN 3207.866405245988 1578.6767402084174 20230118_152543_0004.JPG gcp02
-81.12941184081139 41.099401902479016 NaN 3233.883109818418 1982.8785325491326 20230118_152546_0005.JPG gcp02
-81.129475281341 41.10034355087362 NaN 3154.125307807117 173.2774892875185 20230118_152600_0011.JPG gcp03
-81.129475281341 41.10034355087362 NaN 3185.0601660758653 529.402183595986 20230118_152602_0012.JPG gcp03
-81.129475281341 41.10034355087362 NaN 332.1444300736604 468.2757309223277 20230118_152651_0034.JPG gcp03
-81.129475281341 41.10034355087362 NaN 403.9797494662392 1021.7201311093208 20230118_152653_0035.JPG gcp03
skipped about 20+ line

-81.13071698695423 41.102084361514095 NaN 2374.0935853461992 1862.8574644264395 20230118_153701_0251.JPG gcp06
-81.13071698695423 41.102084361514095 NaN 774.1922730441768 1188.2901498506953 20230118_153939_0309.JPG gcp06
-81.13071698695423 41.102084361514095 NaN 782.0256300367479 787.7574448556202 20230118_153937_0308.JPG gcp06
-81.13071698695423 41.102084361514095 NaN 2398.972494085262 48.79317546732979 20230118_153652_0246.JPG gcp06
-81.13071698695423 41.102084361514095 NaN 770.6069267650239 1566.341958286997 20230118_153941_0310.JPG gcp06

A better look at the file, loads, but shows no data and asks for authorization and a restart to what is already here(this file)

results of using the GCP file(?) in ODM3? In ODM2, the result of using the GCP file(?)was upside down, at 1/30th scale and other issues.

Should Longitude be listed before Latitude in the GCP file?

If you can’t call up the graphical context menu by right-clicking, you can paste into the field with the keyboard shortcut of CTRL+V.

I FINALLY had to type everything in … it took quite a while cause my BiFocals allow me to see one or the other(Keyboard, Serial Number or The box into which I’m attempting to type it), it would seem a simple fix to make the text box actually “hot”, and allow for pasting.

BTW … in GCP, shouldn’t Latitude be listed before Longitude? When I run GCP Pro, the listing for examples shows GCPX, Latitude, Longitude, Elev(m), but delivers GCPX, Longitude, Latitude, Elev(m)

Sorry … I had right-clicked the entry box, a number of times … nothing presented itself(dead area) … never tried CNTRL+V