MC-pineapplepegasus

I was wondering, I saw some one with a platformer script and sprite that was mine, but did not give credit. Is it OK to report that project, or should I just post a comment asking them to give credit?

LiFaytheGoblin

I'd first ask the Scratcher to give credit. Sometimes they simply forgot it or they accidentally shared the project.

MC-pineapplepegasus

No, I told him he could use my sprite/script if he gave credit.

MC-pineapplepegasus

Is it OK?

ErnieParke

MC-pineapplepegasus wrote:

Is it OK?
Their project should already give credit through the Remix section below the Instructions and Credits, and even if it doesn't, the answer is no. Every shared Scratch project is under the creative commons license, meaning that anyone is free to use it, or parts of it. That includes your sprite. A project is only okay to be reported if nothing was changed from your version.

A bit unfortunate,

ErnieParke

Deerleg

First, ask for credit. If he doesn't give it, report.
Simple as that.

MC-pineapplepegasus

Deerleg wrote:

First, ask for credit. If he doesn't give it, report.
Simple as that.
OK problem. He's my friend and NEVER CHECKS HIS INBOX

mathfreak231

MC-pineapplepegasus wrote:

He's my friend
I stopped at these words.

IRL, or online? Online friends aren't friends at all. XP

If he/she is irl, tell him irl.

MC-pineapplepegasus

OK He's IRL we go to same school

DotDash

MC-pineapplepegasus wrote:

OK He's IRL we go to same school
Just ask him at school problem solved.

MC-pineapplepegasus

DotDash wrote:

MC-pineapplepegasus wrote:

OK He's IRL we go to same school
Just ask him at school problem solved.
Second prob: WERE IN DIFFERENT GRADES AND LIKE NEVER SEE EACH OTHER

mathfreak231

MC-pineapplepegasus wrote:

DotDash wrote:

MC-pineapplepegasus wrote:

OK He's IRL we go to same school
Just ask him at school problem solved.
Second prob: WERE IN DIFFERENT GRADES AND LIKE NEVER SEE EACH OTHER
then how are you friends