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andrelatino says
This amnesty begins today and will end on the 15th of March 2008. On the 16th of March we will be reviewing every file on the site. Any copyright infringing material will be removed without warning, and the author banned. Please understand this is not what we want to do, but it is essential for the future of FlashDen.

I found my answer :-)

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cyan Envato team says

@RimV: I will be replying to all support tickets from Monday morning Sydney time (it’s 10pm Friday night right now!) so I will get back to your support ticket then. Thanks for acting on this so quickly :)

@Chuckanucka: Good question – I’ll add this into the FAQs! If the author/s have given express permission in their documentation that their open-source files are allowed to be resold, then you can use them in your files. However, you will need to credit them in your file description. It needs to be transparent to approvers and buyers where your open-source elements came from. Whatever you do with an open-source element must follow their terms of use.

So to reiterate, if someone states in writing that you can use their file, image, tutorial etc in items for resale then you can – as long as you are transparent that you are doing so and credit the author of the open source component in your description.

Thanks guys – have a great weekend!! :)

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flashbilly says

World :D

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vibor says

I have a simple question. I have a few slideshows where I use the photos that I downloaded from the asset library here on flashden. The images are not used as a part of design but as simulation of content. Now, some of these images have brand names and logos on them. Since they are provided by flashden, do I need to replace those files too? Thanks.

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wildwise says
I have a simple question. I have a few slideshows where I use the photos that I downloaded from the asset library here on flashden. The images are not used as a part of design but as simulation of content. Now, some of these images have brand names and logos on them. Since they are provided by flashden, do I need to replace those files too? Thanks.

that is what I was asking myself… this answer is ??? :)

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wickedpixel says

same here… i have this product gallery ...and i don’t know what to put in place of those things… original hand drawn products? :D

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TPN Envato team says

I did that myself, I created my own images from flash.

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flashjunkie says

i would assume that the asset library will be updated to fit in with this new policy, i will check with staff and get back to you all :D

Jay

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apearce says

So, I don’t think I have any of these file myself, but would we need to delete/remove them from Flashden now, or just don’t upload any more?

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ryanterry says
I have a simple question. I have a few slideshows where I use the photos that I downloaded from the asset library here on flashden. The images are not used as a part of design but as simulation of content. Now, some of these images have brand names and logos on them. Since they are provided by flashden, do I need to replace those files too? Thanks.

I have the same question. This is in regards to the FlashDen provided photo with the iPod on it. I used it in this photo gallery template.

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