Lately, I've had a rash of font buyers who believe that as long as the font software file isn't embedded in an App (letter sprites), Videos (online or television) or Product Packaging over 1m pieces, they're not in violation of the EULA.
When in reality, our EULA and many other EULAs I've read consider rasterized or vectorized outlines created/generated from the font to be derivative works which have the exact same terms and conditions as the actual font file.
Please help spread the word since there's a lot of wishful thinking these days about what parts of the EULA apply to a users situation when in reality, it's always the USE that gets infringed, not the font file itself.
For whatever reason, buyers recently seem have this idea that as long as they don't embed the font file (because paranoid font designers ONLY care that the font file doesn't distributed all around) that they're free and clear of the EULA terms to use the font outlines as they wish.
Has anybody else seen this behavior?