Installation on Windows, macOS, and Linux systems is easy.
Uninstall: Run the SQribe installer, or use the Add/Remove Programs control panel as is usual. You can then delete the ~/sqribe/ data folder if desired.
Uninstall: Trash the Applications/SQribe folder, and delete the file SQribe.public in your /etc/paths.d folder. You can then delete the ~/sqribe/ data folder if desired.
Uninstall: Delete the SQribe folder and remove SQribe from your environment path. You can then delete the ~/sqribe/ data folder if desired.
SQribe can be used for 30 days by registering on the website as a new user with a unique email address. You will be given a 30-day trial license. In order to use SQribe beyond the trial period, you need to purchase a subscription.
Simply run SQribe in the command line by typing "sqribe" and it will ask you to sign in so that it can download and install your license.
SQribe will try to download a new license when the current one expires. If your password has been changed, SQribe will ask you to re-authenticate when it checks for a license update.
Sign in to the SQribe website member portal, and download your license.json file. Copy the file into the SQribe data folder (in your user home folder) at ~/sqribe/. This is best for annual or longer subscriptions, and for using SQribe on machines without an Internet connection.