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Hello. there is a something i still didn’t understood, and i read about this in the forum and everyone says another thing. as for a commercial use of premium fonts – some says that if i sell a flyer with a premium font, bot not supply any font file inside the download and only supply the link of the font in the description – so it’s ok and i don’t have to buy the commercial licence? but i don’t understand. because i still didn’t use it for a personal use…

so what is the definition? if i make a flyer like that with a premium font that it’s personal licence is free and the commercial of course costs money – is it ok or not? are the font artists can’t sue me or something? please explain me about this so i can know it for sure for my next items… thank you so much!:)

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Just add to the documentation (help file) direct links to the fonts used and add them to the item description as well. That’s about it. Don’t worry to much, it’ll make your cute face wrinkle ;)

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