View Full Version : iAmp; credit where credit is due
6th November 2001, 13:55
That guy Snoopy fk is a freakin theif! That iAmp skin he is getting such hi praise for is almost compleetly stolen! Everything about it is copyrighted by a great artist and this guy just comes along and slaps his name on it! You can give praise to the real artist at http://www.toyboxarts.com/gallery/index-org-e.html
6th November 2001, 14:01
If you wish to report a rip on winamp.com, please indicate the component number of the suspected rip, and a legitimate source where the original can be found.
6th November 2001, 14:10
2000/5/2/17/iAmpB is where is it at the the real work along with it's copyright is on http://www.toyboxarts.com
6th November 2001, 14:16
As I said before, if you wish to report a rip located on winamp.com, please provide the component number of the suspected rip. If you do not know where a component number is located, then I suggest you read this.......
How to find a component number in 3 easy moves. (http://forums.winamp.com/announcement.php?s=&forumid=119)
Nothing will be done until that is provided.
6th November 2001, 14:30
There we go, needed to refresh the page. It is 16408 and he should be beaten with the force of a thousand somewhat wet noodles!
6th November 2001, 14:41
Are you the original copyright holder of the original artwork used in this skin.
The skin itself isn't a rip of another skin, merely someone who has used some artwork found on the net, for all we know he may have had permission from the original creator to use the peice in the first place.
If you want to take the argument that the artwork was ripped off, then you also need to report 1000's of other skins on the winamp database for exactly the same reason.
In this case the original copyright holder of the artwork would have to complain directly for the removal of this skin, if that's you then please say so and we'll get it removed, if not, then there isn't a lot to be done here, as I say, he may have permission to use it, we don't know.
Apologies if you didn't grasp the concept of this removal forum.
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