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Steam. With steam, you'll be able to play it on Windows too, should you ever have the need. The same can't be said for the MAS, which only offers the Mac version. It's a nice bit of future-proofing, incase you ever get a Windows PC in the future. To put it simply, you get more for your money.
What you see as 'already completed with User A info' is the auto-complete feature. You can change user in the App Store following this: Open the App Store app MenuBar > Store > Sign Out... MenuBar > Store > Sign In... Delete info in Apple ID and Password fields Enter User 'B' info and press Sign in
You can't disable automatic updates for individual apps. The only options are to have automatic updates, or to not have automatic updates. It is not possible for granular control currently. You can provide feedback to Apple here: https://www.apple.com/feedback/macosx.html
If you've created a new Apple ID, you need to have a valid OS X purchase under this new Apple ID? Otherwise you might have to use—at least for the install—the Apple ID you used to buy OS X.
"email@example.com" does not appear to be a "generic example email", but rather the Apple ID used to purchase the copy of Final Cut Pro that is installed on your Mac. The purchase is tied to this Apple ID (which explains why you cannot change it) and in order to update the installation, you will have to provide the correct password for this Apple ID.
I finally figured it out. In Keychain Access, I selected Preferences, then Reset my Default Keychain. After doing that, I restarted AppStore and it was working normally.
The MAS receipt is designed just so you can't do that - otherwise you could hand the app to all your friends without them having to buy it ;-) Did you try telling App Store to "Ignore Updates" - right click in empty space to the right of the App name… though I've heard reports this is no longer working in Yosemite; I've no updates to test on right now.
Normally restarting should fix that. This could a problem of broken permissions that can be repaired in disk Utility. If above did not work: It also sounds like your problems are being caused by corrupted preference files. Located in ~/Library/Preferences/ com.apple.storeagent.plist com.apple.appstore.plist Quit all applications on your Mac, delete the ...
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