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bigarmydave says

Hey guys,

Really silly question but….

In plain English, what are the differences and how can you use them?

For example, on a regular licence could I purchase, modify and sell the design to a customer (just one person, a band for example)?

Thanks in advance :)

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UBLThemes says

If its one of mine you need an extended licence ;)

Only joking.

Yes if you buy a regular licence this will cover you for 1 website. Does not matter if its for you or a client.

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UXbarn says

Hope this would be helpful for you:

http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/220/0/which-license-should-you-buy

Their explanations are quite clear. ;)

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TanyDi says

Hope this would be helpful for you: http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/220/0/which-license-should-you-buy Their explanations are quite clear. ;)

+1 :-) Thank you, they are short but absolutely clear. For me it’s understandable english.

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bigarmydave says

Thank you guys, much appreciated :)

Dave

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