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And on a sidenote I should probably mention these "licensing statements" I'm referring to are in the actual documentation itself, not the app. And it doesn't reproduce or copy any Adobe content but makes references to AIR by links to the AIR homepage and where to install/find help/etc for getting AIR on your system, etc. Basically I just say "AIR" a lot- excuse me, Adobe (R) AIR (TM) a lot ;) Speaking of which, I noticed all your docs say Adobe AIR, redundant maybe? Adobe Adobe Integrate Runtime?
The only reason I'm concerned is as a web developer I've never had to cross the line into actual distributed content before, especially on a medium not of my own creation. So I just don't want to step on any toes or anything.
Cool, thanks for the heads up.
If anyone is interested I took it upon myself and found out a bunch of stuff.
Using an Adobe Trademark
Database of Trademarks
Using Adobe Icons/Logos/Artwork etc.
Using the "On Adobe AIR" logo