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6th April 2002, 12:20
This skin is a rip, i submitted this skin in January, and now I find it published under a different name. What's the course of action for repair. I don't think i'ts on any othet site, I submitted it to Winamp myself
6th April 2002, 12:53
Post the ID number of your skin so we can verify what you say.
6th April 2002, 13:21
sorry for intruding.
I read your post on 'not all rips will be removed', and I'm very disappointed for the moment. I submitted a skin in january:Opera ID 93556, and I find it published under a different name! Not a single bit has been mmodified in it!
I want things repaired, I'll be glad to have your opinion on that. I've already posted it to the rip reporting forum.
I'm new to the forums, and the "Opera" skin was the first i ever submitted to Winamp. I have proofs that I worked on that Skin: background picture and effects used etc. I modified it recently, to make it better, and this again I submited a few weeks ago; it's not published yet. I wonder how this is processed, and how 'hackers' get their hands over it, well before Winamp makes any registration of some kind whatsoever!
Hope you can be of help, at least in answering me.
The only thing I can say is what Mr Jones already said, we need the proof this skin was ripped. What is/was your skin's ID number?
6th April 2002, 16:49
Which component ID you mean? When I first uploaded my skin to Winamp I did not receive any notifications. I only browsed through the skins now & then to see whether it was published, untill I find it there under another 'author' name!
Does Winamp have any means of verifying who sent that skin first, or is everything mess up there?
I'm only trying to understand - I do not have the ID but I can show that I did that skin as I said in the e-mail. I can only respond to that to Winamp themselves.
6th April 2002, 17:37
Go to www.winamp.com click on "skins" in the top navigation bar, click on "submit a skin" (you might have to log in here). You are now on your recources page, where it shows your published and unpublished skins. Hover your mouse pointer over the skin in question, and take note of the 5 digit number in the status bar. This is your Component ID number. Report that number back in this thread, and we can take a look at your skin.
6th April 2002, 17:56
I'm sorry, there's nothing recorded there; but I did submit that skin!
6th April 2002, 18:01
Please sent the complete skin file and supporting documentation to: link@removed and I'll take a look at it.
7th April 2002, 15:53
Is the address to be typed as it is:link@removed. I tryied it but the message was 'rejected'.
Can you clarify please.
7th April 2002, 16:47
We do not like our e-mail addresses up there permanently, it was removed after about 2 hours. Check your personal messages, please.
24th April 2002, 02:45
Jeez round and round we go.
can't you guys just help out the person, instead of having him send an e-mail to Homy@yabberjabber.com then saying, Oh you have to go to firstname.lastname@example.org, no you can't do that you have to get in your car and turn left at the quiki-mart then right at the 1253 stop light. no you can't do that because we've moved into a new pad it's at 1313 Dead-end drive.
jeez if thats how you guys treat people im glad I don't post skins
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