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    official extensions licensing info

    This question keeps fastlooping in my brain since the issue came out in another thread...

    Are "official" extensions (I'm referring to the ones I find in the extension manager)
    covered by the same Fusion license (was it Developer or Standard) you are using,
    or do they follow their own peculiar licensing?

    In first case (extensions covered by Fusion license) is this clearly stated somewhere/ do we need it to be so ?

    Since in the object properties I find "Copyright" text,
    but no licensing usage informations, neither there nor in the help file, where available.
    Should I chek author's websites/contact them..?

    Thank you for any information on the subject.

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    Almost all of them are free for commercial and non-commercial use.

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    Thank you ColdFire, I was hoping so.

    May I ask you where did you find this infos?
    In creator's websites/help files/other...?

    Since "almost all" of them are free, it also means some are not?
    So should I check the ones I use (in creator's sites/etc..?)
    before actually implementing in a commercial project?
    (I know, this may very well be up to me, but I'm asking for suggestions here )

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    Your referring to my thread aren'tcha? xD. You should be more clear, the extension manager also lists third party extensions, not just "official" ones, such as the AssArray and INI++. Concerning the INI++ however, I did find an old post where the creator said here on the forum that it was free to use by anyone (you could probably dig it up by looking through their post history/google, I unfortunately did not bookmark it)

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    Your referring to my thread aren'tcha? xD. You should be more clear, the extension manager also lists third party extensions, not just "official" ones, such as the AssArray and INI++. Concerning the INI++ however, I did find an old post where the creator said here on the forum that it was free to use by anyone (you could probably dig it up by looking through their post history/google, I unfortunately did not bookmark it)
    Yes! Your doubts subtly slipped in my brain and made it crash

    But... I assume many of them are "third party", in the sense that are not directly made by Clickteam,
    still, I refer to them as "official", because they are in the extension manager (and so I think checked and approved by Clickteam)
    contrary to others (Ultimate Fullscreen Object, just to name a common one) which are not listed in the manager at all.

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    Sorry for bumping this, but I'd really love to sort this out.

    I think this would be useful information for many, even in early stage,
    for planning to use-or-not this extension or that since the beginning of the project.

    Could it be that all extension manager extensions
    being pre-selected and ready to be included in the CTF package ---> fall under the same licensing as CTF?
    That would be great to know.

    If such a general info could be available (someone at Clickteam maybe?),
    was it YES or NO, that definitely would be a valuable information.

    If instead this general information is not available, I would research more on my own.
    But I didn't want to embark on such a case-by-case mission if not necessary,
    also because many extensions, being not so recent, are also lacking in documentation/references/contacts

    Thanks anyway for the support!

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