VisualARQ runs in Viewer mode when the evaluation period has expired. When this happens, you can open and save documents that contain VisualARQ objects, but some features are disabled:
Edit VisualARQ objects using properties and control points.
IFC import and export.
VisualARQ Grasshopper Components.
All VisualARQ features are fully functional during the trial period. No product key is required.
A valid product key is required to run VisualARQ in standalone mode. Buy VisualARQ to get a valid product key.
Use a VisualARQ license acquired from the Zoo server.
Zoo server software with the VisualARQ Zoo plug-in (both free) lets you share VisualARQ licenses (product keys) among users on the same network workgroup.
When VisualARQ is installed as a workgroup node instead of stand-alone, it works like this:
When a workgroup node starts, it requests a license from the Zoo.
An unused license is assigned to the node.
When a node shuts down, the license is returned to the Zoo license pool.
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