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shakoor
post Feb 18 2012, 03:22 AM
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Dear friends
Greetings

When I was installing nfringe for the first time, I found something very curious in the license terms : we have to purchase nfringe for our commercial projects BEFORE INSTALLING the nfringe

Before installing is very different from before using

So here is the question :
After installing the nfringe I decided not to use it for my project and I have uninstalled it from my computer before starting to create my commercial project

what is going to happen to me !!!!!????

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Dev Fletch
post Feb 18 2012, 10:44 AM
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There is a 30 day evaluation period for commercial installs. I believe it asks you to contact us before installing so we can make sure you have the latest version and everything you need for a proper evaluation.
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shakoor
post Feb 19 2012, 01:12 AM
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QUOTE(Dev Fletch @ Feb 18 2012, 10:44 AM) *
There is a 30 day evaluation period for commercial installs. I believe it asks you to contact us before installing so we can make sure you have the latest version and everything you need for a proper evaluation.

I appreciate the response

As long as you say this cause no problem Iím ok with it too

Lately I heard these legal terms are very important documents, so I became a little sensitive about them
This is the exact term:

IF YOU ARE USING THIS PRODUCT FOR DEVELOPMENT OF A COMMERCIAL SOFTWARE PRODUCT, YOU MUST OBTAIN A COMMERCIAL LICENSE FROM PIXEL MINE, INC. BEFORE INSTALLING THIS PRODUCT.

So it doesnít say contact for evaluation it says obtain a commercial license

Or we can always go like this:

Install nfringe for a noncommercial test project if successful, uninstall, obtain a license, reinstall, and start our commercial project if not uninstall and start our commercial project
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Garyn Dakari
post Apr 23 2012, 07:48 PM
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I have a question, that I was going to create a new thread for, but it's similar to shakoor's question, so I'll just ask here.

If I use the non-commercial version of nFringe for a non-commercial UDK game, can I later buy a commercial license, or do I have to get the commercial license before I even start?

See, I want to program a game, I don't know if I'll sell it or not, but I want to keep my options open - If I use the non-commercial nFringe to program it, does that mean I can never sell the game, even if I buy a license after I start working?
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Dev Fletch
post Apr 27 2012, 08:51 PM
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You can upgrade a license at any time.

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Garyn Dakari
post Apr 30 2012, 01:45 PM
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Thanks for the response!

I'll get to coding now =)
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