To be fair, If I used a website and thought there was possibly a licence violation, I would have contacted the owners discreetly because posting it in a public domain could give some people the impression that I was being picky or trying to stir the pot.Heo32 wrote: ↑Fri Aug 21, 2020 8:40 pmIt is still worth asking if things are in check and in order. Instead of being on the offensive and attacking the author's topic, try acting mature, sincere and respectful towards techboyg5. I know it is popular these days to label others as bad guys, but his intentions are good. So chill out.
A quick PM or an email gives the owner a chance to reply and put the issue to bed, whereas posting it publicly could potentially lead to people wrongly thinking a licence violation had taken place etc.