The community here is a double edged sword… on one hand, it helps prevent people like you from counterfeiting things that easily. But on the other hand, it’s filled with knuckle heads who think it’s their job to be some kind of life teacher and spit their worthless advice all over the place..
My worthless advice is: You don’t have to work hard, you just have to come up with some easy idea and put some stupid branding on it to fill a hole in the marketplace… People are idiots, they’ll buy anything that comes in a pretty package and promises some cool “new” feature.
But ripping off someone’s code… weak.. Makes people think you can’t code…
But on the other hand, it’s filled with knuckle heads who think it’s their job to be some kind of life teacher and spit their worthless advice all over the place.
I think I’d rather see these kind of people that show support, than do nothing at all even though it’s not our job, it’s just showing dedication. It’s hardly schooling somebody, it’s basically telling them common sense, which if you haven’t realized, the OP has next to none.
Just givin’ some advice.
I can translate the entire OP if anyone wishes. However for starters…
...fell into a bit of drama… = It was an accident (fell) and people overreacted (drama).
Here’s how I translated it: “I’m sorry I got caught”
On a serious note, I hope you learned a lesson and don’t revert back to stealing code 6 months from now.