I'm having a blast with these cars guys. Thanks for all of the hard work and effort that's being put into them.
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Quote from: bison160 on March 18, 2016, 08:14:11 PMLincoln Park and Kokomo were the only two tracks in this thread when my post was made, and those two tracks DO belong to Casey Graves. Those were the only two tracks that hes given any permission to convert.Quote from: tirespin24 on March 18, 2016, 01:07:48 PM
Or better yet, why don't you help make them better?
Thats the thing, he is. He is actually working to create original tracks that belong in this sim and use its features. There is no point in taking models that are prehistoric in tech age, and drop them in WRS. It just damages the reputation because when people download these tracks you put out, they are going to think, "oh....this WRS is basically the same as rfactor or DTR2, guess there is no point in switching." Which couldn't be farther from the truth.Quote from: tirespin24 on March 18, 2016, 01:07:48 PM
As for his heavy accusations, they are mostly wrong. I did receive permission for the Rfactor tracks. Which I am assuming is where he claims his models came from, but I had gotten permission to use those tracks from the track maker.
As for my accusations, they are 100% true. My post was in reply to whoever Sportmod88 is, when he said, "Track Model credit goes to Casey Graves." I simply stated that those are not Casey Graves models, They are a combination of stuff. Most of which I know for a fact were stolen models and textures from Ratbag games, as well as my original models and textures. Neither of which any permission was ever asked....not just from you, but from anybody. Mr. Graves has no right to give you "permission" to use stuff he had no permission to use. I have no idea who was the first person to steal the stuff, but the fact is, nobody has rights to use or distribute them, let alone pass them out like they are his own original works.