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    Elaine H
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    Installed on one PC, Windows 10
    This was a smooth and easy download for me. After installation I opened a blank document so that I could see the necessary menu to click thru FILE -> ABOUT -> ACTIVATE WITH LICENSE KEY. I’d already copied the key to clipboard from the online Shareware checkout page and so I just pasted it into the box and clicked activate. I immediately got a notification from MyDraw that the licence had changed and for the changes to take place the program needed to be restarted. So I did that.
    No problems.

    #14637893 Reply | Quote
    Mr.Dave
    Guest

    Installed fine for me on 1 PC, registration as described on the “Success” page and in other comments above. Had to create a blank drawing in order to see the file menu, then click About, then click activate then type in or paste the license key.

    Program looks very good, much like Visio without the Visual Basic programming (yes, I found that helpful many times to automate things on charts that change often, and to allow uniform scaling, color changes, etc.). I like the Compose features (union, intersect, subtract, etc.) for creating new shapes by combining existing shapes. Very powerful, and I don’t remember seeing that in Visio (it’s been many many years since I used Visio).

    If you need to make charts (not graphs) for about anything, this program should help.

    #14637928 Reply | Quote
    Mark C
    Guest

    Installed on one PC, Windows 10
    This was a easy download. After installation I opened a blank document so that I could see the necessary menu to click thru FILE -> ABOUT -> ACTIVATE WITH LICENSE KEY. I’d copied the key to clipboard and I just pasted it into the box and clicked activate. I immediately got a notification “Failed to connect to activation server. Please try again later.

    #14638946 Reply | Quote
    Min
    Guest

    [@Alandri] Same problem here. Installed and activated without a problem on my XP desktop, but won’t accept the same serial no. on my Windows 10 laptop.

    #14639073 Reply | Quote
    don
    Guest

    I am not affiliated.
    For 2nd registration, i.e. PC & Mac
    Use a different email address to get separate Registration

    #14641038 Reply | Quote
    Ivan
    Guest

    Registration error

    Error Message: Basic connection closed: Failed to establish trust for secure channel

    SSL/TLS.
    Stack Trace: в System.Web.Services.Protocols.WebClientAsyncResult.WaitForResponse()
    в System.Web.Services.Protocols.WebClientProtocol.EndSend(IAsyncResult asyncResult, Object&

    internalAsyncState, Stream& responseStream)
    в System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapHttpClientProtocol.InvokeAsyncCallback(IAsyncResult

    result)

    Inner Exception
    ==================================================
    Error Message: The remote certificate is invalid according to authentication results.
    Stack Trace: в System.Net.TlsStream.EndWrite(IAsyncResult asyncResult)
    в System.Net.PooledStream.EndWrite(IAsyncResult asyncResult)
    в System.Net.ConnectStream.WriteHeadersCallback(IAsyncResult ar)
    ********************************************************
    Antivirus and firewall turned off
    My opinion: problems on the part of the provider internet

    #14641384 Reply | Quote
    Ivan
    Guest

    But on Windows XP – registering the program successfully

    #14641468 Reply | Quote
    Dave
    Guest

    The software installed easily and looks excellent but I can’t register it.

    Whenever I enter the registration code and press Activate, I get the following error: “Failed to connect to activation server. Please try again later. The request failed with HTTP status 400: Bad Request”.

    #14641547 Reply | Quote
    Osborne Lamoree
    Guest

    Downloaded and installed. Open proggy, when it appears, click on Blank Drawing and then click on FILE and then on Account. You will see you have an Evaluation Version. So I copied the sent license code and clicked on Enter License and a box appeared to paste the code and clicking Activate and it said it was Activated, …but above that in the About image, it says that I am not logged in to MyDraw account. So then I went to MyDraw.com and on the first page, NO space to register, only Log In is available, so I clicked thru several pages and discovered that if you click on Forums, at the top next to Log In is “Register”! So I registered, then went back to the MyDraw/New Blank Page/File/Account and viola, I was registered and Logged In and the Activation part said that I was using a Licensed Version of MyDraw. As for putting it on another PC, haven’t tried that yet.

    #14642116 Reply | Quote
    Steph
    Guest

    [@Steph] I did manage to register MyDraw today on first try. Hooray. I don’t know whether it’s relevant but this time I’d opened a blank document whereas previously I’d opened a diagram template.

    Thanks for this great software. It’s much appreciated.

    #14645099 Reply | Quote
    MyDraw Support
    Guest

    The activation of the software is online and for some users (due to a proxy or internet connection issues) the activation fails with error “400 Bad Request”. When this error occurs, please report it with your email so we can provide you with an offline license.

    #14650256 Reply | Quote
    Min
    Guest

    [@MyDraw Support] What advice do you have for those of us who get the “Licence activation failed” message on our 2nd computer? Thanks

    #14650317 Reply | Quote
    Min
    Guest

    [ @Min] To answer my own question, it appears the licence key is tied to the computer from which the download is requested. So for those of you who, like me, could not activate the program on your 2nd computer, use that computer to request the software again, and you will get a different licence key.

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