In regards to me finally finishing my home office, my iMac 27” arrived yesterday Consider this an update from the above photo to the photo below. Something like a “before” & “after” shot.
- iMac 27” 8GB 1TB Fusion Drive + TrackPad (will upgrade memory to 32gb shortly)
- MacBook Pro 13” 8GB 256GB SSD
- iPad 3
- iPhone 5 (not present in picture but photo taken with it)
- 3TB External HDD’s + 300GB SATA Drive (my old HDD)
- Logitech Speakers
- Print from Startupvitamins
- Zelda Collectors Edition Promotional Disc (yes, I’ve got 2 of ‘em)
- Star Wars 1-6 on Blu-Ray
- Ocarina of Time + GoldenEye + Mario Cart 64 + 2 controllers
- Steve Jobs book plus a few more
- Star Wars Bobbleheads
- Playstation 2
- iPad Dock
- + Printer and another print from Startupvitamins (not visible as it’s behind me but in my office/workspace)
Professional is considered a subjective word even if it’s not listed in the Wiki as a bad word. Pro is allowed to be used as it’s not a subjective word as much as professional. Many companies use the word Pro to describe a paid variation of a free subscription or file.
Best way to describe the difference between Pro and Professional would be like this (in my opinion at least):
Pro: Is an advantage of something, such as a paid subscription rather than a free one.
Professional: Derives for experts in a field, such as doctors or other professions. It’s not describing an item, subscription or similar, but describes an individual or a profession.
Item name examples:
Pro: “Magma Social Icons-Pro” would be allowed. Whilst “Pro-Magma Social Icons” not only look funny but it’s not describing the item in the same manner as the first example and could therefore be rejected/edited. It all depends on the copy of the item name. Use “Pro” in a manner where it’s applicable.
Professional: Professional Magma Social Icons (this is a suggestive statement and does not accurately describe the file but rather one’s individual opinion of an item and will, most likely, end in a rejection of the file in question)
As to why we have a lot of files using the word Professional in their titels, I leave open for a more official answer from someone who can explain it a bit better than I could.
Note: I’m writing as a forum user, not as a Reviewer or moderator. These are my personal opinions and does not apply to anything with Envato. I’m simply describing the difference between a couple of words.
Main files can be called pretty much anything as long as it’s within our requirements for naming (i.e. no foreign characters such as: ; • ? é ® † µ ? _ – å ä ö). The main file itself does not require the “01_filename” name. The main file is required to be in a .ZIP file to be read properly, otherwise our system will protest and give an error. If the main file contains any non-english characters our system will most likely protest.
My suggestion would be to name the main file: mainfile.zip or use the files name without spaces and/or underscores. i.e. filenamerighthere.zip
01_filename.jpg, 02_filename.jpg, is for the Preview Image Set only and should be a zipped file with additional previews.
If If the problem still persist, try clearing out your cache as that usually solves the most of the problems. If the problem Still persist, try our FTP uploader instead. If neither of that would work, you can contact Support with sufficient enough information for them to try and replicate the problem