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Posted on Mar 11, '08 at 03:11 pm

Can anyone tell me what the url’s are at the top of this pepper. I don’t understand, if I click on them they do nothing. Not sure where they come from.



Sam Brown
Third-Party Pepper Developer
Posted on Mar 12, '08 at 04:21 am

No Mint license = no support.

Shaun Inman
Mint/Pepper Developer
Posted on Mar 13, '08 at 05:48 pm

Smooth move. Sending your host a takedown notice now.

Posted on Mar 13, '08 at 07:10 pm

Whoa! Calm down. You had to have taken a look at my site, do you really think that 1. I, being a photographer and deeply understanding copyright law and what it means to a small business owner to protect his property, would seriously steal your software? and 2. That if I were going to, would I use my real name in the support forums, which any person with half a brain, would know could be tracked with a simple Google search? Come on. Now, on the other hand, I see your point, what’s to separate me from all the others you must fight on a daily basis from pirating your hard work, you don’t know me, so i could’ve very well been some dumb *ss that would do something like that. So for that I apologize, I simply asked a friend who had the program if I could check it out to see if I liked it and it worked as advertised, I should’ve also mentioned that in my post here. To show my honest intentions, I have went ahead and purchased a license. I hope that my actions havnt made any enemies here as I think your software is excellent and I would hate to not be able to use it for my business.

Sam Brown
Third-Party Pepper Developer
Posted on Mar 15, '08 at 12:35 pm

A couple of things:

do you really think that I […] would seriously steal your software?

That’s essentially what you did, had you not had this problem with feeds I doubt you would have ever purchased a license.

I simply asked a friend who had the program

Who must have an illegal copy of the program himself, installation isn’t possible without a valid license unless the code has been modified to skip the license check.

You’ll be lucky to get support from Shaun now, you better hope he is in a good mood.

Posted on Mar 15, '08 at 11:22 pm

Sam - I totally see your point, I guess I just didn’t see any harm in trying it out before I paid for it. I honestly had every intention of purchasing it, if it worked well, or remove it if it didn’t. I don’t have a problem paying for good software that does what it’s supposed to, it’s a write off for my business & besides moral integrity, I would at minimum purchase it to stay legal in case of an IRS audit. I’ve had my friends all offer me the “next version of Photoshop or some other software” I use in my line of work. I know they mean well but, they are all illegal copies and that’s why I would never accept. In this case, the “try before you buy” appeal won over my better judgment. Shaun, I apologize to you for any stress my poor decision caused you and any time it took out of your schedule.

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