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It is unfortunately not possible to un-license an image.
Please let us know if you have licensed an image by mistake.
The point is: There no information on wanted licensing in any of the
tutorials, FAQs, product info, and the user guide. It causes people to
spend lots and lots of time rummaging around Adobe's site trying to find
the answer as to what if you license something by mistake? I though I had
to do that just use it in one's creative app, when you really only need to
license it once you decide it's the piece you really want to use in the
final product when you are going to publish or distribute or print it,
etc. So Adobe should explain that to people. Furthermore, Nnt everyone is
familiar with what licensing an art thing is all about. Obviously, I am a
good example of such a person. Adobe should explain what it means to
license and make it clear right there in the stock app when one is picking
out pictures. Right there it should say or have a link to where you say
what it means, why to do it, when to do it and the fact that you are stuck
once you've licensed.
On Mon, Nov 28, 2016 at 1:09 PM, kanikas100 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Please read the question. This is a question/suggestion that the
documentation and other teaching aids include that information rather than
forcing a user to search for it unsuccessfully. This is a recommendation
that the materials be fixed to include licensing ramifications.
Thanks you for sharing your views.
I shall definitely share this with our team.
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