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While this might be true under normal conditions, I would never ever use the terms "impossible" and "any". You don't have control over the users computer system and you don't have control over the Director runtime engine, so how can you be 100% sure?
Your statement is nothing more than just the expression of your honest wish. But I wouldn't risk my business and financial fortune with such a statement.
thanks. point(s) taken. Howz bout something better and safer along the same lines? Whatcha got?
> I want to include a statement with my movie projectors. I just made
> it up - i don't know - is this true?
> This movie plays from your harddrive by temporarily loading helper
> files into your system memory, and eliminating them upon Quit. It
> does not install any files onto your computer or in to your system.
In addition to what Martin wrote, that's only true if you have the xtras in
their own folder (not included in the projector) and you don't use imported
Every EULA I have ever bothered to read basically included 'CYA' type
language, with the user assuming all risk. I'm not a lawyer, but what
you wrote could potentially expose you to some liability.
You might try searching for EULA templates, surely there must be some
commercially available ones. You could just read a couple of the ones
for whatever software you have installed to get an idea about the points
they cover and rewrite them in your own words.
> thanks. point(s) taken. Howz bout something better and safer along the same lines? Whatcha got?
Thnx for input guys, but your all going way heavy on me. It's just a little portfolio movie and i want a couple of lines to convey that its a professional deal with a big name (adobe) behind it, not something a scriptkiddie cobbled together... ;O)
Another place for the "fuzzy" language like the eulas is the finantial statements that the companies do for the stock exchange regulators.