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We're in a position in our project that our work with the Mindscape diagram is "done". It means we won't be delivering new functionality using it, but existing / developed functionality still need to work.
The question I have is about the License. Do we still need to maintain our license even though there's no developer working on any aspect of this component? Are we still entitled to use the last version we were licensed on? How do we build our project so that we don't get nag screens?
Thanks for your clarification, Hadi
In order for any Visual Studio projects that have a dependency on WPF Diagrams to build, you will need to keep a hold of the lic and licx files. They should not have expiry dates in them, and should not cause any nag screens to appear - though let me know if this is what you're seeing. You do not need to maintain your annual subscription to continue using the product - the subscription simply allows you to get a years worth of updates and support.
Let me know if you have further questions.