Free BasicClock desktop clock for OSX

Randy Hengst iowahengst at
Tue Feb 16 15:32:02 EST 2016

Thank you, Richard. I’ve been including the LiveCode attribution, but didn’t notice the "Open Source Licenses.txt” requirement.

be well,

Randy Hengst

> On Feb 16, 2016, at 9:52 AM, Richard Gaskin <ambassador at> wrote:
> 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
>  location.
>  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
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