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You could marry your girlfriend and you will both have joint ownership of all property you own. You can install it legally then.

Might be a lot cheaper in the long run just to buy her a copy now


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1 hour ago, carl123 said:

You could marry your girlfriend and you will both have joint ownership of all property you own. You can install it legally then.

Might be a lot cheaper in the long run just to buy her a copy now

Cynic. But yeah, I hear you.


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3 minutes ago, kaffeeundsalz said:

Marriages entered solely for the purpose of software license sharing are statistically terminated after rather short periods of time.

If only I'd known - I've just bought my wife a new iPad!


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Just my 2cents here... like others said before, I'm kind of sad to learn that I cannot use my Mac license on my PC... I bought AF last year while I was on a world tour so I was able to edit some pics on my Mac Book Air, but I'm now back home and I would like to use the power of my desktop PC to keep going the editing with this software. 

To review my pics I use Fast Raw Viewer (bought at the same time) and... how glad I'm to have an email with a key license that I can use two times, whatever platform I have.  

I can understand the dev struggling with .exe / .dmg / using MAS / using whatever Windows App Store but for the user it could really be useful to have one product bought = one email with two (or more) license key to use... 

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On 7/9/2015 at 11:54 PM, MEB said:

Hi MBd,

You were close  ;)

For commercial individual use you can install it in two computers.

On a home environment you can install it on up to five computers.

Can I cancel my authorization? I mean, because of some specific situations, I need to use a public computer for a while, then my work needs a super easy to use affinity photo. However, I am worried that the number of authorizations will be reduced after the computer is bound (maximum of 5). So I would like to ask if there is a reasonable solution for the user's temporary public computer.

The reason behind it is actually a flaw. I forgot to bring my laptop power home. There is only a laptop in my hand and no power.

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1 hour ago, Poto Lucky said:

However, I am worried that the number of authorizations will be reduced after the computer is bound (maximum of 5).

There is no maximum for the number of installs, whether you purchased from the Mac App Store or the Affinity Store. The 5 Mac limit imposed by Apple applied to several kinds of purchases but never to app purchases.

The current licensing agreement for apps bought from the Mac App store can be found at https://www.apple.com/legal/internet-services/itunes/dev/stdeula/. Part of that states (emphasis added):

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a. Scope of License: Licensor grants to you a nontransferable license to use the Licensed Application on any Apple-branded products that you own or control and as permitted by the Usage Rules.

 


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