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LanceSnider says

Sorry for all the confusion. I need to get back with the lawyer to verify. Once we’re 100% sure what it’s supposed to be, we’ll make the necessary changes.

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nickys says

Sorry for all the confusion. I need to get back with the lawyer to verify. Once we’re 100% sure what it’s supposed to be, we’ll make the necessary changes.

I don’t know why this thread transitioned to a discussion about sliders in general, instead of slider frameworks, which was my original question. Since my project is already in the queue for review, I guess I can now give you an example of what framework exactly I am talking about: http://www.nikolaydyankov.com/codecanyon/sliderjs/

So my question is – what can buyers do with the regular license, and what can they do with the extended license?

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VF says

^ Should’t that comply with same license terms applied for usual sliders? In this case, the term “framework” has same meaning with “multiple variations” from buyer’s perspective, which doesn’t makes any difference. I say this because we already have many framework kind of sliders/galleries in the marketplaces with same license terms as usual sliders. The only difference is 2-3 dollar increment in price and better sales numbers than limited option sliders ;)

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StoryConsultant says

An end user here with a question about licenses. As I understand it the regular licence is for installation on a single site. Once it’s installed can the code be uninstalled and moved to a different site (both sites owned by me).

The extended license is a morass of legal terms. I’ve read over the extend license terms and it seems that it is okay to incorporate the purchased code into a theme to be sold multiple times. It also appears that, like the regular license, installation on one site only is permitted.

There are buyers out there that assume an extended license allows for multiple installations on sites that they either own or control, which simply is not true—at least as I read the license terms.

I understand the need legalize, but hey, we buyers are not all lawyers nor should we be expected to consult with one in order to abide by the terms of sale.

The unanswered question is what if the code is to be used on multiple sites. It’s only fair to the developer that they be rewarded for their efforts. Unfortunately CodeCanyon forces end users to either buy multiple copies (at full price) or look for another resource to do the same task. I’d like to suggest that end users be encouraged to buy multiple regular license on a repeat buyer plan. The way it would work is that the first sale would be at the regular price and each additional purchase-of the same item-be at a reduced rate, say, something like half-price. Otherwise, end buyers with web sites that number from a handful to 100+ will look elsewhere.

Another possibility is that after five regular licenses have been purchased-for the same item-the account is automatically converted to free multiple installs. That way the end user is encouraged to buy as needed knowing that once the item has been purchased five times additional installs will be free of charge. The developer will retain buyers. Envato also gains by having repeat customers.

The take away is that Envato’s current policy discourages buyers who need multiple installations from buying here and instead pushes them to look elsewhere for a similar product.

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marty84 says

I don’t understand if I buy the product (ex.: game) with Regular License and customize it, Can I to put (gratis) in the google play?

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Pricop says

I don’t understand if I buy the product (ex.: game) with Regular License and customize it, Can I to put (gratis) in the google play?

If it’s an Android App and you are not sharing the code (just the app itself, which can also be paid), then I think the answer would be yes, you can.

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