Graphics "rights" Explained

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  1. Rummage

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    yes you can
     
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    yup u can do enything you want with it seeing as its your tag apart from ripping ofcourse!
     
  3. DarthSomething

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    I see. I see. Thanks! :D
     
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    ^_^ GJ on explaining. Yeah, like he said, you can.
     
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    on the fr part shouldnt it say you cant rip layers also.
     
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    True, added, thanks.
     
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    Full Rights (FR)
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    You CAN:
    Sell it. (Anywhere)
    Sell/Give away LR/PR to others (See learning rights) (Anywhere)
    Wear it as a signature. (PR) (Anywhere)
    Learn from the PSD. (LR)

    You CAN'T:
    Say you made it. (Anywhere)
    Enter it into competitions. Ex. SOTW, LAOTM, etc. (Anywhere) - Also known as "Classing rights"
    Post it on a site that suggests you made it. (Ex. deviantART.)
    can't layer rip that should be added
     
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    Well written

    I believe it explains pretty much everything for all of them :)
     
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    Great bump?
     
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    Thanks, I've been wondering what these all meant for a while.
     
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    thanks for the explanation
     
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    thanks =] i was kinda confused with all those terms
     
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    The graphics are to high for me it lags too much and it is impossible to play the game.... Anyway i can degrade the graphics?
     
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    good


    Excellent, I just passed this onto a colleague who was doing a little research on that.
     
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