I have the same issue siwthom reported. I attempt to open SketchUp Make, and a page is displayed with four sections. The top section (1) is static license information for Make. The following sections are collapsable sections: 2) Learn, 3) License, and 4) Template:
- Static - Licensed To: SketchUp Make 2016 User, Pro Trial, Expired
- Learn > You’ve Been Using SketchUp for 30 days.
Your trial of SketchUp Pro is over and we hope you had a great time. Now you have a choice…
Keep modeling for free: Click “I agree” below to accept SketchUp’s End User License Agreement and acknowledge that SketchUp Make is not licensed for commercial use.
Buy SketchUp Pro (Hyperlink control box)
NOTE: There is not a control of any type, e.g., check box, radio button, etc., to “Click ‘I agree.’” There is NOT a “SketchUp’s End User License Agreement” below in this section (License) or the following section (Template) to view, read, and accept." However, the “SketchUp’s End User License Agreement” is a hyperlink that takes the user to another page where the agreement is available to view and read, but there isn’t a control to “Click ‘I agree.’” to accept the agreement.
- License -
SketchUp Make 2016 (Pro Trial)
Licensed to: SketchUp Make 2016 User, Pro Trial, Expired
Buy License Add License… (Hyperlink Control)
NOTE: The static section (1), now has a “Add License Button” enabled, and a “Choose Template Button” disabled. If the “Add License Button” is clicked, the following is displayed:
Copy and paste your license info below
NOTE: If the “Advanced Button” is clicked, the following is displayed:
Copy and paste the full text of your SketchUp Pro license here, then click “Add license” to proceed.
Back to simple licensing…, Add License (button)
NOTE: The user cannot return to the previous section or click on another section to view the section contents. The user must force quite SketchUp Make and relaunch the application.
- Template - A list of available templates, which includes a summary of the templates purpose.
I’ve uninstalled and re-installed a number of times and cannot without success. I do not wish to use SketchUp Pro nor do I have plans to purchase SketchUp Pro. I do wish to continue to use SketchUp Make.
How does a user simply install SketchUp Make?