1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 27, 2009 2:33 PM by matt_chotin

    Using the Flex name

      According to the FAQ:

      If I use the open source version of the Flex SDK in my product can I call it Flex?

      No. Adobe Flex is a trademark owned by Adobe Systems Incorporated for use only with commercial applications distributed by Adobe.

      Does this mean I cannot release a statement that says "our application was built using Adobe Flex" or "check out our new Adobe Flex-enabled interface" ? What can I use ? Thanks.
        • 1. Re: Using the Flex name
          matt_chotin Level 3
          Actually, your usage is perfectly fine.  You can say built using Adobe Flex (actually Adobe® Flex®) etc.  The meaning of the FAQ is that you're not supposed to name your product something like "Flextastic" :-)<br /><br />Matt<br /><br /><br />On 1/27/09 1:51 PM, "lrmpham" <member@adobeforums.com> wrote:<br /><br />A new discussion was started by lrmpham in<br /><br />General Discussion --<br />  Using the Flex name<br /><br />According to the FAQ:<br /><br />If I use the open source version of the Flex SDK in my product can I call it Flex?<br /><br />No. Adobe Flex is a trademark owned by Adobe Systems Incorporated for use only with commercial applications distributed by Adobe.<br /><br />Does this mean I cannot release a statement that says "our application was built using Adobe Flex" or "check out our new Adobe Flex-enabled interface" ?  What can I use ? Thanks.<br /><br />________________________________<br />View/reply at Using the Flex name <a href=http://www.adobeforums.com/webx?13@@.59b7b3e9><br />Replies by email are OK.<br />Use the unsubscribe <a href=http://www.adobeforums.com/webx?280@@.59b7b3e9!folder=.3c060fa1>  form to cancel your email subscription.