You do not need a registered account to download anything from the Perforce Workshop.
Most project pages will have convenient links that you can click to download relevant project files. If a project does not have a download link setup but you know the depot path to the branch, you can look it up from Swarm's /files section or you can browse for it with any Perforce client application running on your machine, using the sync command to download files.
See How to Browse for more information on browsing the Perforce Workshop.
Have a look at:
When you register for the Perforce Workshop you are given write
permission to the path "
//guest/your_name/...", but until you add
files to this path, it won't show up in the depot.
The guest branch directory will be created automatically as soon as you've added files to it. See Adding Files in the P4 User's Guide for more information on adding files to a Perforce depot.
You only have write permissions to your own guest branch, but you
can integrate anything into it that you can read, which is
everything in the
//guest depots). This means that you
can integrate a project from another user's guest branch into your own
and make any edits to it that you like without impacting the other
If someone else has been working on one of your projects in their guest branch and you like their changes, you can integrate from their branch back into your branch to merge the changes together.
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