How to remove credits for users whose creations do not appear in my Dream
Hi. Early on in creating my Dream I imported someone else's Dream for inspiration, but almost immediately deleted all sculpts and logic associated with that Dream. However, I've noticed that my Dream now credits a dozen or so creators associated with that imported Dream. This gives the impression that my Dream is actively using creations by those users, when it's in fact solely my own work.
Is there any way to remove the credits for these users? I wouldn't mind them being in the credits if it was made clear that it was for elements now deleted and no longer present in the Dream, but it's disheartening that they're effectively listed as co-creators. Thanks.
You used someone else's creation and now you don't want to give them credit because you deleted their stuff? Sorry, that is not how Dreams works. You used it. They get credit. If you do not want other people's names in the credits of your work then you have to make everything from scratch and never place anyone else's stuff in it. If you use someone else's creation as a guide or you put someone's item in your level to copy it, then you still used it even if you deleted it. Most of the credits in peoples levels are full of names of people who have had nothing to do with it - in fact there is a snowball effect which means that at some point nearly everybodys name will be associated with everybodys creation that uses Dreamiverse assets.
If it makes you feel any better hardly anyone ever looks at the credits. Very few people care who made it, or if you made it or a thousand people. Put it in the description that you made everything in the Dream and the credits are not a true reflection of the creation if you want. But I wouldnt get too worked up over it. The credits are a complete fiction and most people have learned to ignore it.
Thanks for the reply, TAPgiles. That's a shame. I feel somewhat unmotivated to continue with my project knowing that it'll be forever crediting people who had nothing to do with it. Oh well.
If it's a remix, then when you make the remix it's forever tied to that version of the original creation including its genealogy.