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davew

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Yet another Mac only issue.  There has been a Podium Browser problem on the Mac Maverick and Yosemite, probably since Safari 8.0.2 (Yosemite) and / or Safari 7.1.2 (Maverick) was released in December 2014.  The problem is that if you Register to use your Favorites using your Google account, Podium Browser stops allowing you to download any content.
We are investigating this.  The workaround is to quit SketchUp and start SketchUp again and open Podium Browser.  you will be prompted about Paid content when you try to download anything and simply save the serial number again (it will be listed in the Options dialog).  After that you will be able to download all content.
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Yeah I'm having problems with accessing the various sections within Browser, no matter which option i choose a default window appears showing items unrelated to the section you have chosen. I've tried rebooting etc. but its not helping, any suggestions? Im running Yosemite as well.
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Can you post a screenshot?
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I'm getting a similar problem.  Just started to happen a week ago.
For example, I click in Interior Lighting/Floor Lights.
The following is what I get.
Shows up for all choices of materials and elements.
Please Fix ASAP,  Screen Shot 2015-02-21 at 8.26.18 PM.png 


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This isn't a current bug. It works fine for me on Yosemite with Safari 8.0.3.

Perhaps we had a glitch with our database, but it seems to be working now.



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Hello, I just took a screen shot.  Still doing the same thing.
Since the original post I have re-installed Podium (Do try to deal with other problems)
I also ran OnyX and did a restart.

I updated my mac OS to 10.10.2 and Fed 14.

Screen Shot 2015-02-22 at 3.50.45 AM.png 


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You need to make sure your browser accept cookies and that security options are not too high.

http://www.suplugins.com/pdm-browser-faq.php#cookies

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^ Yea this doesn't work 
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I'm afraid you can't just post things like "this doesn't work" to follow up a previous post, unless you list your Podium version, OS and Browser version.

This is so we can identify whether it is the same issue or not, and it helps us to work out what the problem is.



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