Originally posted by temponaut@Jan 28 2006, 12:20 AM
According to Apple, they're just providing a link to the icons as a "courtesy."Â It's the vendor, a company called "Daniel Pimley," that's lifted your work.
But, that said, WTF?.Â :angry
From Apple's "Blade Runner Icons" page:Originally posted by Noeland@Jan 29 2006, 01:40 AM
I would agree that your beef should be with Daniel Pimley. But if you contact apple and let them know Pimley probably does not own those images, they will likely remove them.
You can try going to Apple, but my guess is they'll tell you to talk to Pimley. On the other hand, as Noeland suggests, Apple may remove the images in the interim, pending resolution of the dispute.Apple is providing links to these applications as a courtesy, and makes no representations regarding the applications or any information related thereto. Any questions, complaints or claims regarding the applications must be directed to the appropriate software vendor.
Not to be too much of a smartass, but be careful wishing for that "perfect world"... you mention that you took the original screencaps off of a pirated copy of the film.Originally posted by Nexus6@Jan 28 2006, 12:53 PM
In a perfect world, somebody would owe me some money imo.
Dude, I meant MY perfect world. Duh?. :lolOriginally posted by phase pistol@Jan 28 2006, 02:33 PM
Not to be too much of a smartass, but be careful wishing for that "perfect world"... you mention that you took the original screencaps off of a pirated copy of the film.
Originally posted by Prop Runner@Jan 28 2006, 11:06 AM
Did anyone download the icon set yet?Â I don't have a Mac, and I'd be curious to know what else is in the set.Â Perhaps one of Mick Guy's replica origami chickens or a bronze opium duck? :lol