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pezflash
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I’ve seen many many themes lately including Dribbble stuff for demo purposes.
Is that allowed? I mean, without contacting the author and get his explicit permission.

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wickedpixel
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dribbble footer: All screenshots © their respective owners.

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BenSheppard
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I thought if you were to not include them and post a link to where you found them?

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Codestar
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avoid misunderstandings, i advise contact author for a permission. that will guaranteed :) So, i saw interestingly disabled files here. :D

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crozer
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I’ve seen a design of mine everywhere, and I only got asked twice. But hey, I get a lot of new visitors/viewers who might end up being followers, which I value more than just having a line of credit on the source-theme(s).

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pezflash
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Then, what i can’t understand is that if you contact a designer to use his stuff, why don’t use better his work images directly, instead of the small square details on Dribbble.

Thanks for the replies.

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