Free BasicClock desktop clock for OSX

Richard Gaskin ambassador at
Tue Feb 16 10:52:27 EST 2016

Randy Hengst wrote:

 > I didn’t see an attribution to LiveCode in your “About” menu or your
 > pdf help doc. Is attribution no longer required?

Section 4d of the Indy license seems to still require it:

   d) Copyright notices, as defined in Appendix A, must appear wherever
      any other copyright or trademark notice appears in any Created
      Software distributed as a standalone executable, its
      documentation, advertising, and other product-related literature.


   APPENDIX A - Required Copyright Notice

   You must include the following copyright notice where other such
   notices appear. In the event that such other notices do not appear
   in the Created Software, this notice must be placed in a reasonable

   Built with LiveCode. Portions Copyright (C) 2000-2015 LiveCode Ltd,
   All Rights Reserved Worldwide.

   In common with many other platforms the LiveCode Software uses open
   source software to deliver some functionality. You must also include
   the file "Open Source Licenses.txt" within any created software. This
   may be included within your About screen, as a file within the folder
   structure of a desktop app or in another accessible location.

   We would like you to include the LiveCode Ltd logo, as per the terms
   set on our website. However, unlike the Copyright notices above, you
   are not required to include the logo.

  Richard Gaskin
  Fourth World Systems
  Software Design and Development for the Desktop, Mobile, and the Web
  Ambassador at      

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