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Terms of use

Non-commercial Plugins

Those versions may be used for non-commercial projects only and only as long as you credit “Mewgles”. You do not have to inform me in case of a release of your project.

You are not allowed to redistribute or alter my work in any way.


Commercial Plugins

Those versions may be used for commercial projects as long as you credit “Mewgles”. You do not have to inform me in case of a release of your project.

You are not allowed to redistribute or alter my work in any way.

Compatibility Notice

In any case, no matter if you’re using a free plugin or a paid one, I do not guarantee that is going to work with any other third party plugin/software.

Each of my plugins has its own compatibility notice so you can check whether you might run into issues using it together with other plugins or not.

I am not going to provide any support to make my plugins compatible with others since the very most of these cases are specificly tied to certain projects and would not help the general userbase of my work.

General Support

All my plugins usually come with a manual inside the plugin itself. Some of the larger ones do provide their own help-site on this website aswell as additional help files.

If you run into any issues that cannot be solved with the help files provided (and is not about compatibility issues with another plugin -> Read section above), feel free to contact me via contact@atelier-mew.com or my support-Discord. You can also contact me directly on Discord via Mewgles#5913.

Depending on when you’re contacting me aswell as timezones it may take a bit for me to react. But I’ll always try my best to respond as quick as possible.

FAQ

Do you take commissions?

Generally, no. The plugins I create are things that I personally find fun and I want to keep things fun for myself as this is just a hobby.

I am fine with assisting a bit depending on the topic, but I will never agree to largely alter a third party plugin or write a fully new plugin that will only work for a certain game project.

You can however always make suggestions for future plugins. If I think the idea is fun, I will put it on my list. There will be no guarantee that it will really be made though.


Why doesn’t the plugin have feature xyz?

If a plugin is lacking a feature you might find useful you can contact me and I might add it. However I always try to add the most useful features to the plugins while keeping them as easy to use as possible. So sometimes the answer why a feature is missing is simply because it would make things overly complicated for the user.


Why are some plugins missing on Steam Workshop?

To avoid confusion and eventual issues I am not listing plugins on steam which do have a paid commercial usage. While I could list the free versions of those plugins the users might miss the information about having to purchase the commercial version from Itch.io in case they want to use it for a commercial project.