Not Solved Designers: What do you do when you find a forum that removed your copyright?
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DrPoodle Wrote:
hemi Wrote:
Quote:Where else are you going to post it dumb*uc*

And since when has this been allowed? That looks like we allow people to be de-graded too...
That's the reason I said the thread was getting out of hand.

Sorry guys but he hit a nerve I can't believe he was talking about infringing the authors credit or copyright. These days if you find something for free there is a catch such as authors credit or copyright and yes that's the downside of having it "free". Whereas if you pay fair enough you have shown your appreciation and with permission you may remove the credits or copyright.

voronv Wrote:
Kerrang! Wrote:It's down to theme designer to choose if to add a copyright line or not. just like it's your choice to use it or not.
Which hopefully would be not. (for those who don't respect it)

No objection to above said.

And, BTW, I have an answer to that person with no manners : where else to post your works if you want to sell it? -Try eBay.

"I say: it is wrong BY MY OPINION to place a copyright sign on a theme if you posted it on a public forum and encouraged others to use it."

Excuse me but I'm not the one without manners suggesting that it's ok to remove authors credit/copyright.
And when did I ever mention SELLING themes?

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Theme copyright is a nonsense! - by voronv - 2007-08-21, 01:12 AM
RE: Designers: What do you do when you find a forum that removed your copyright? - by Kames - 2007-08-25, 12:16 PM
This was a great link, thanks! - by voronv - 2007-08-30, 09:11 PM

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