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When editing a project your original Creative Commons Licence setting is disregarded

Discussion in 'Unity Connect' started by teknomagus, Nov 27, 2016.

  1. teknomagus


    Mar 12, 2015
    If you have posted a project previously, and then open it for editing later, the form disregards your original Creative Commons Licence setting. For example, if you have saved project with CCL setting "Attribution Noncommercial No Derivatives" and then open it for editing, the form with show the setting "Attribution" as selected. If you do not notice this, then the CCL setting of your project is changed, which is incorrect. The form should show your original setting as default selection.

    This is not only incorrect, but highly dangerous, since CCL levels Attribution and Attribution Noncommercial No Derivatives are totally different.

    Please, fix this as soon as possible.
  2. markp-unity


    Nov 3, 2015
    We've removed all licensing options as they were confusing more than helping.

    You are still free to attach a claim to a license in your description.