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