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Commercial Use on Derivative Products

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Jul 10, 2012 Jul 10, 2012

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Hi,

What is Adobe's policy for using one of its typefaces (like Arno Pro):

a. on a t-shirt or coffee mug or video or a pdf that is not for sale (for personal use or freely distributed to the public)?

b. on a t-shirt or coffee mug or video or a pdf that is for sale?

If there are additional embedding or "objects for sale" licenses to be purchased, what are those prices?

Thanks,

Rahim

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Adobe Employee , Jul 11, 2012 Jul 11, 2012
Rahim,Both those cases are covered by the standard EULA when you license the fonts, so no extended license is necessary.

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Rahim,

Both those cases are covered by the standard EULA when you license the fonts, so no extended license is necessary.

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