Unfortunately, the vault is stuck in Read Only mode. The license doesn't seem to be \"tied to\" the vault. I have access to the backup, I can grab the license file from before, but I don't know where it's kept of what it's named.
It's worth noting that just having 1Password 7 for Mac installed doesn't mean you necessarily purchased a license or have a 1password.com membership; anyone can download 1Password 7 for Mac from either the Mac App Store or our downloads page and install it. They just will be in Read Only mode until it's been purchased or the user subscribes to a 1password.com account.
If there is nothing in that file, or the folder doesn't even exist, your copy of 1Password 7 for Mac was not licensed. That would mean your other potential option would be a 1password.com membership (subscription). If you have one of those, it will be under one of your email addresses. I can't say whether it's the same one you used here to register for this forum, because they don't have to be the same. But you would have been given a Secret Key and hopefully saved a print or digital copy of your Emergency Kit at the time you subscribed. If you have an account, you should be able to sign into your account in a browser at using your email address, Secret Key, and of course your Master Password.
I looked there and didn't see the license file that you mentioned. However, since I now knew the folder to restore, I was able to restore that folder from my Time Machine backup. My app is now activated and working mostly the same!
@vrmdia - there are quite a few advantages to a 1password.com membership, not least of which is that you get all four of our native 1Password apps (Mac, Windows, iOS and Android) including all future upgrades to those apps, included with your membership. That means, if you switch platforms or add a different device, no more fooling around with purchasing another license for the new platform, remembering to keep old license emails with the keys or license files, etc. You just download 1Password on any device you want to use it on, sign into your account, and that's it. Sync is also effortless, as it's all handled by the 1password.com servers; no more setting up, maintaining and (potentially) troubleshooting limited, 3rd party sync.
@claywise - do you have a license for 1Password 7 for Mac (not a previous version), or a 1password.com membership If so, then please check in chrome://extensions to make sure the 1Password extension is enabled. If you don't see it there, you can visit our downloads page and grab a copy of the extension. If it IS there, and enabled, please delete it and re-install a fresh copy.
Was able to have it work for my small selection of books, I was using latest Calibre 6.8, and DeDRM 7.2.1The key for me is I needed to do as Calibre suggested, download the books from amazon website for usb transfer, then was able to decrypt those[azw3 & azw files), was not able to decrypt .kfx I pulled directly from my device directly (Huge size difference 5090 KB vs 774kb).Very nice to free up my purchases and port over to my nook, thankyou all for the continuous feedback or I would have given up.
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