If you are getting an error that says "This application has been authorized" when attempting to log into any of the SketchUp websites (forums, 3DWarehouse, Extension Warehouse), most likely the solution is to change your internet browser's security settings to allow cookies from 3rd party websites.
SketchUp now has three different Extension policies you can select that affect what extensions can and cannot be loaded when SketchUp starts. Starting with SketchUp 2016, Registered Extension Developers can claim their software by signing it digitally, saying “I made this”, but in a secure coded format. Everyone should download the most recent version of any extension they use from the Extension Warehouse, the author, or the original trusted download source. You might contact the author of any extensions that are not digitally signed and ask them to look into this new feature.
There are a few techniques that may help resolve this issue. A. Upgrade your version of Internet Explorer SketchUp connects to several Google APIs. At this time, Google web APIs support Internet Explorer 10 or higher. You can download the Internet Explorer 10 install file by visiting this page. B. Clear Cache and Cookies in Internet Explorer
In SketchUp, you need an Internet connection to access three important features: Add Location 3D Warehouse Extension Warehouse If you’re having trouble connecting to these features or an error message appears, the subarticles in this section point you to solutions that may fix the problem.
You may see this error when interacting with 3D Warehouse or Extension Warehouse from inside SketchUp. To resolve this issue, please follow these steps:
Tip: Extensions that you purchase come with a license that enables you to use the extension. If an extension has a licensing problem, SketchUp won’t load the extension, and you see an error. The Status column on this error can help you diagnose the problem. The following list outlines the types of license errors and what you can do to resolve them:
Your Extension Warehouse account includes a public profile and a few email, notification, and other settings. By default, your public profile shows only your user name and the number of extensions you’ve installed. However, you can add information about yourself and up to five links.
Whether you’ve upgraded your computer or your copy of SketchUp, you need to migrate your extensions. If you upgraded from SketchUp 2013 or earlier, you need to check for Ruby 2.0 compatibility. In SketchUp 2014, the SketchUp extension API was upgraded to Ruby 2.0 standards, giving developers a shiny platform for creating SketchUp tools. As a result, many plugins that worked in previous versions of SketchUp no longer work in SketchUp 2014 or later. However, many plugin developers have updated their plugins to be compatible with newer versions of SketchUp.
For the most part, SketchUp extensions don’t require you to do much management. If you install a SketchUp extension through the Extension Warehouse, the extension and SketchUp work together pretty seamlessly. However, you might need to check on an extension or handle an issue once in a while. For example, here’s when the tips and steps in this article come in handy:
Some extensions that are available for purchase offer the ability to try it out for a period of time. If an extension offers a trial, the trial period is displayed in the grey information box on the right side of the extension details page.