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If they each have their own PC, and assuming that you “control” their computers, you only need to buy one licence to install it on both of them, which at least helps keep the cost down.

 

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19 minutes ago, PaulEC said:

If they each have their own PC, and assuming that you “control” their computers, you only need to buy one licence to install it on both of them, which at least helps keep the cost down.

 

And assuming they don't want to sell any of their work.

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Oh that's interesting. So I can buy the license under my name and install it on both of my kids' computers? Can you elaborate on what it means to "control" their computers? I bought their computers and while I control them in the sense that I can take them away anytime and I have WiFi restrictions on them, they use their own Apple accounts to sign in to their MacBooks.

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6 hours ago, walt.farrell said:

And assuming they don't want to sell any of their work.

Well they are only 14/15, but if they are going to make money from selling their stuff they can buy their own licences! 😉

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5 hours ago, johnnyo said:

Oh that's interesting. So I can buy the license under my name and install it on both of my kids' computers? Can you elaborate on what it means to "control" their computers? I bought their computers and while I control them in the sense that I can take them away anytime and I have WiFi restrictions on them, they use their own Apple accounts to sign in to their MacBooks.

I would have thought that if you bought them and can take them off the kids if you wish, that’s “controlling” them. As I understand it, if you buy a licence they would both need to log into your Affinity account, using your email etc, to install the software. If you/they want to purchase from the Apple/Mac store, rather than from Affinity, I think you would need to buy separate licences, but I’m not really sure, as I always purchase direct from Affinity.

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