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Posted by: Devon Frakes
Posted on: Apr 21st, 2004, 3:05pm
There all sorts of protections reported to be built into the software, but what is going to stop someone from Hypersnaping (screenshot) the pages and distributing them at will?
Sorry if this was answered elsewhere. I looked but did not find an answer.
Posted by: batistajm
Posted on: Apr 23rd, 2004, 4:02pm
I do not know the answer to your question but I know that we have to take things in perspective:
1. There will ALLWAYS be someone that is able to steal form you whatever the protection you build around your product.
2. Protection ALLWAYS creates some sort of irritation to the buyer and extra work for the seller.
Keep it simple: are they really out to steal from you or is just your wishfull thinking ( don't be offended, but we all would like to have created something a lot of other people would like to steal, although that is seldom true).
Protect from the 80% that will steal from you if they have the opportunity, forget the 20% that will take you to the cleaners no mather what you do.
Posted by: Support Staff
Posted on: Apr 26th, 2004, 4:50pm
EBooksWriter GOLD has a "disable grabbing" protection that does protect from screen shot. However I second what said above - a dishonest user will find the way (a photo of the screen?)