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Heise Online: "Adobe wants to agree with KIllustrator author"

Jul 11, 2001, 16:32 (33 Talkback[s])

Heise Online is reporting that Adobe, while still requiring a name change for KIllustrator, will not be seeking damages.

"Now Adobe explained that it concerns to the enterprise only to protect the trademark laws at its product Adobe Illustrator . One wants not to prevent the spreading of the KIllustrator, but requires only a change of the name of the program. No costs are to arise for the KIllustrator developer. Such a regulation - change of name against retreat of the warning - the Adobe lawyers had however still rejected in the last week in a discussion with dock Uwe upholsterer. Adobe regrets now that the affair in this kind was concerned and that from it annoyance resulted to the KIllustator developer."

If any of our German-reading audience would care to provide a clearer summary, we'd welcome it. Please don't provide full translations.

Original Article (in German)
Google Translation

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