Not nice are they. I might send them an email… seems a shame they think they have to nick a guide written by a 14 year old and cant do there own.
Thanks ssjkakaroto for poiting this out, I agree it isnt a carbon copy, but many of the images etc are exact. Im currently wriritng a email. To be honest I don’t really have any strong urge to make money from this, but obviosuly I would at least like some credit to be given from the company.
I am currently writing them a letter, obviously my letter writing style to such companies is still fairly immature and they are therefore unliely to take my seriously, so any suggestions to make it better (what to add/correct/remove) would be much appriciated. Should I mention my age? Would that be immature, unprofesional and as if trying to get sympathy? Anyway, here is the first draft:
Subject: Use of mini image guide.
Dear Kasper Vardrup,
I am writing concerning the use many parts of my guide, and the basic method of how to make/use a mini-image in the .pdf file entittled “How to Create a Mini Image” on your support page. The guide was created for free to help users be able to play legal backups of games they owned without having to insert the disc each time, having to store a very large full CD image on there hard drive or have to use a illegal “cracked” exe file. I did not write the guide with the intention of any monetry gain, and certainly did not expect others to recieve monetry gain from it either. You failed to contact me to discuss due credit/payment before publishing the guide.
Ben Nicholls, UK