I’ve found myself in the fortunate predicament where I now have two computers in separate locations that I frequent. So it made sense to install the Boris FX Application Manager to deactivate/reactive licenses when I move between. It works as expected with Continuum/Sapphire and Silhouette but doesn’t with Mocha Pro for some reason. It doesn’t recognise them (Adobe & OFX Plugins) as activated and when I try to activate it says “this license is for another host product, cannot install it here.”
Just wondering if this is a bug or if there’s another reason for it. I thought it might be because my support has lapsed, but it has also for Silhouette (will be renewing both in less than a fortnight) so that can’t be it. It’s not a massive hassle as I can simply fire up AE and deactivate there but then it kind of defeats the object of using the License App to do so with all products.