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daext says

Hallo, i would like to use the graphic elements available in this graphicriver item http://graphicriver.net/item/responsive-screen-mockup-pack/2629618 in my codecanyon items ( in more than 1 item and not in the item itself but only the the Inline Preview Image 590×300 ) My question is, which license i have to buy, standard or extended? I have to ask the author’s permission to do this?

Thanks

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Endat says

Extended.. check it out

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KrownThemes says

This is a hard one.. You definitely have to buy the regular license, don’t listen to Endat.. Because the extended license is for other purposes.. Now i don’t know about the number of items :)

You better ask the author ;)

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Endat says

nice

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KrownThemes says

nice

Extended License is for incorporating the item into another item. He just wants to use it as a preview, he’s not selling the item nor redistributing it.. So regular is perfectly fine in his case..

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CodingJack says

Ruben is correct. And he’s also correct in that it’s a tricky case. I think if you updated all your previews at once that could be considered a single “project”. But continuously adding it to your items over time would probably need an additional purchase for each additional usage. At least that’s how I’d interpret it.

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KurtBilisim says

I’d like to ask another question regarding the example item if you don’t mind.

It has pictures of Apple products and even the logo. How do you sell such items on Envato? Does the author pay Apple for that or got some permission or something?

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daext says

Seems to be a tricky topic, i wish to hear the voice of the Envato staff on this.

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VF says

Not tricky at all, many authors already doing this. Since the item used for preview only, Regular license is fine. For more than one item preview, purchase multiple Regular licenses. Author permission is not needed as long as you are not distributing it.

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Endat says

Sounds like “Use in an end product that’s sold”


It has pictures of Apple products and even the logo. How do you sell such items on Envato? Does the author pay Apple for that or got some permission or something?
http://www.apple.com/legal/trademark/guidelinesfor3rdparties.html
“Developers may use Apple, Macintosh, iMac, or any other Apple word mark (but not the Apple Logo or other Apple-owned graphic symbol/logo) in a referential phrase on packaging or promotional/advertising materials to describe that the third party product is compatible with the referenced Apple product or technology, provided they comply with the following requirements.”
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2. Apple Logo and Apple-owned Graphic Symbols: You may not use the Apple Logo or any other Apple-owned graphic symbol, logo, or icon on or in connection with web sites, products, packaging, manuals, promotional/advertising materials, or for any other purpose except pursuant to an express written trademark license from Apple, such as a reseller agreement.”
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6. Merchandise Items: You may not manufacture, sell or give-away merchandise items, such as T-shirts and mugs, bearing Apple, Macintosh, iMac or any other Apple trademark, including symbols, logos, or icons, except pursuant to an express written trademark license from Apple.”


Microsoft is the same way... “Do not use the Windows logo on or in connection with products, packaging, manuals, promotional or advertising materials, or Web sites for any purpose except pursuant to an express written trademark license from Microsoft. See the Logo Programs page for more details.”
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