on 31-07-2011 10:27 AM
on 31-07-2011 11:24 AM
Maybe if you werent so rude you wouldnt be banned? U should think before making predator costumes shareable, just look what it went to..
on 31-07-2011 09:44 PM
on 31-07-2011 11:31 PM
or maybe instead I shouldn't have done anything in lbp2 at all.
No, you made lots of people very happy. You can go away knowing that, at least.
Thanks Elmatto for your sincerity, but apparently that wasn't a factor that a moderator would like to take in account. Either way, it does not matter. as lbp is meaningless to me now.
on 01-08-2011 03:54 AM
on 01-08-2011 04:04 AM
Just a suggestion and it will be child's play for a skilled technician, but... How about a permission to possess feature. In that, what I mean is, you as the creator of any article on LBP2, must give your permission to another player in order for them to distribute your created item. It's rather like an authorized distributorship and goodness knows that Sony and MM understand that feature. Such a feature would prevent anyone else from distributing your item without the proper credit for creation being recognized by all. Now as far as copying... well, there are knock off's in everything from clothing to perfumes to furniture... you name it and some lesser then has copied it and tried to distribute it. Having said that, there is a world of difference in owning an "original" and owing the Walmart knock off of the same item. It speaks volumes of the possessor. Just a suggestion. And there is the consideration that copying an item is the highest form of flattery. Few of us has every had an original thought, history proves that over and over, but I do understand your frustration with someone taking credit for your hard work. It's shameful.
people have made several knock offs of mines, and that wasn't the problem, because I can see that they just took the idea, but this kid literally took my costumes and put them in a level.
on 01-08-2011 06:13 PM
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