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I am sure this has been covered before, so all I need is the link.

I have the Affinity suite on two computers. 

One will be scrapped

The second will become a reserve machine.

There will be a new computer.

What is the license situation? How do I delete the scrapped machine from my license, and trasfer my leicense to the new machine?

 

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"It just works" as long as the new computer is of the same OS family as the previous one. No need to "remove" the old one.

If you bought through Serif's Affinity Store, go back there and get your license key.

If you bought through one of the vendors' App Stores, reinstall from there as needed.


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You can use the Affinity apps bought from the Affinity Store on any computers you own or control by ONE person. More information can be found here: https://affinity.store/help/
 
For the apps purchased from the Apple AppStore you can use them Macs\iPads that you own or control for personal use. More information can be found here: https://support.apple.com/HT202152

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15 hours ago, DWright said:

For the apps purchased from the Apple AppStore you can use them Macs\iPads that you own or control for personal use. More information can be found here: https://support.apple.com/HT202152

For that URL on my Mac I get a "We're sorry. We can't find the page you're looking for." error. To find the terms & conditions info I use the link at the bottom of Mac App Store pages, which for me is redirected to https://www.apple.com/legal/internet-services/itunes/us/terms.html. Since different countries & regions are subject to different legal terms, the URL for those not in the US would be different.

Anyway, that US English page is titled "Apple Media Services Terms and Conditions," & the relevant details can be found in the "App Store Content" section.


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