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Brian wrote in news:DE92B2B136F461E6DB29F3D277565184 in.webx.la2eafNXanI: > using a demo version for commerical > output is highly unethical, if not outright illegal. How so?...

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    Default Urgent: Opening a CS Tryout(v441) doent made version in CS(v460)

    Brian wrote in news:DE92B2B136F461E6DB29F3D277565184
    in.webx.la2eafNXanI:
    > using a demo version for commerical
    > output is highly unethical, if not outright illegal.
    How so?
    Guy_Smiley@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Urgent: Opening a CS Tryout(v441) doent made version in CS(v460)

    > Except with the ID CS demo we should know what we're getting. Adobe
    > claims that the files it produces are exactly the same as the retail
    > version.
    I would still never use it for any critical production work no matter
    what they say. Not to mention that using a demo version for commerical
    output is highly unethical, if not outright illegal.
    Brian Guest

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    Default Urgent: Opening a CS Tryout(v441) doent made version in CS(v460)

    > How so?

    Um, let's see, you're making money off of a product you didn't pay for.
    How is that *not* unethical?
    Brian Guest

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    Default Urgent: Opening a CS Tryout(v441) doent made version in CS(v460)

    > In fact, I've recommended the PM 7 demo for converting earlier files to
    > a format compatible with ID as well as converting Publisher files.
    I think using a demo for a one-time file format conversion (or even a
    few times) is a very different thing that using the demo of InDesign to
    create a full layout (which is what I was speaking of). As I said to the
    other poster, in that regard you are making a profit using software you
    didn't pay for - how in the world is that ethical in the slightest?
    Brian Guest

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    Default Urgent: Opening a CS Tryout(v441) doent made version in CS(v460)

    You didn't pay for it because it's free.

    Bob

    Bob_Levine Guest

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    Default Urgent: Opening a CS Tryout(v441) doent made version in CS(v460)

    > You didn't pay for it because it's free.

    So by that line of reasoning I should be able to download the demo and
    use it to produce a magaazine with multi-million dollar ad revenue,
    right? Come on, Bob, you know better than that... I don't know why you
    are arguing this point...
    Brian Guest

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    Default Urgent: Opening a CS Tryout(v441) doent made version in CS(v460)

    If you can do it in 30 days or less, then go for it.

    Bob

    Bob_Levine Guest

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    Default Urgent: Opening a CS Tryout(v441) doent made version in CS(v460)

    Brian wrote in
    news:14385CA55141CEB569730A49ED95D283in.webx.la2e afNXanI:
    >> You didn't pay for it because it's free.
    >
    > So by that line of reasoning I should be able to download the demo
    > and use it to produce a magaazine with multi-million dollar ad
    > revenue, right?
    You are not making any sense at all. Adobe makes the demo available
    with no restrictions on its use other than the time period it may be
    used for.

    Have you read the EULA for the demo? If Adobe wanted to restrict use of
    the demo to non-commercial or purely test purposes, they could have
    done so in the EULA. But they didn't.
    Guy_Smiley@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Urgent: Opening a CS Tryout(v441) doent made version in CS (v460)

    Hey you silly monkeys. I'm surprised at Guy and Bob. You two are usually right on. Stop the quibbling and read the license for ID CS demo software.

    Your answer is in section 14.4 and says that tryout software cannot be used for commercial purposes.

    The EULA for beta and tryout software also states in all caps...

    YOUR USE OF TRYOUT SOFTWARE IS AT YOUR OWN RISK

    Even if Adobe makes a very capable demo of its software, common sense still says not to design anything important in demo software.
    Jim_Oblak@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Urgent: Opening a CS Tryout(v441) doent made version in CS(v460)

    I stand corrected, then. Thanks for the qualification and apologies to
    Brian.

    Bob

    Bob_Levine Guest

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    Default Urgent: Opening a CS Tryout(v441) doent made version in CS(v460)

    Bob_Levine wrote in news:3bb48797.28webx.la2eafNXanI:
    > I stand corrected, then. Thanks for the qualification and
    > apologies to Brian.
    Same here.
    Guy_Smiley@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Urgent: Opening a CS Tryout(v441) doent made version in CS(v460)

    >>I stand corrected, then. Thanks for the qualification and
    >>apologies to Brian.
    >
    > Same here.
    No worries, guys - if you only knew all the times I felt absolutely
    certain about something, only to find out later just how wrong I was...
    8^)
    Brian Guest

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