Hi! Have a look here under the term “toggle” :http://codecanyon.net/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&term=toggle
+1 For now, we are using our own system where the user fills the credentials here: http://support.freshface.net/login.php and then gets back to us with the generated private ticket ID in the comments. That ticket also self-destructs in a week or so for security reasons.
that’s really great, how did you integrate it to TF ? this would already solve the issues with getting access to a buyers credentials, if we would have this private option we can almost get rid of PMs in generalyou should perhaps sell this system on codecanyon, it’s great Cheers UOU
There is no TF integration, it’s just done in the same visual style. I was told by our programmer that it’s fairly easy to write it on your own. We are not sure if releasing something like that to the public would be easy because there would be a potential security risk in having it basically open source. That would mean we would have to spend extra time to cover a lot of angles that we don’t have to now. It would go from an easy project to a difficult one. We will think about it though
We also used to scrape all of our item comments. We had our own comments search system – until Envato would implement their own search engine. Now we have it so we no longer use it, thanks Envato!
FRESHFACE saidThank you FRESHFACE , works again here
Good morning everyone!
Please try it now, it should be workingLet me know if all is fine on your ends.
Great, thanks for letting us know
I Sent you some more, when possible please add them to the listThanks
Thank you, I have just added these links as well.
By the way guys, if you have a GitHub account you can contribute directly at https://github.com/freshface-net/freshkillerdb
I took a look at your portfolio and the category you are working in (PowerPoint templates). The sales seems on the lower end but they are nothing out of ordinary for that particular category by the way.
Your first item is a black PowerPoint template – I think white would sell much more. It has a lot of features in it which is good.
Then you made 3 very tiny PowerPoint templates, one has pyramids, one has 3d circles and the 3rd one has hemispheres. I don’t think anyone’s presentation can only consist of one slide showing pyramids. I think people prefer to have the whole multi-slide presentation done in one design (similar to your 1st item). Incorporating your pyramids into a different template will look weird at best. It would lack consistency.
So there you have it, 1 item is not universal enough (=not white), the other 3, well, they can hardly be used/incorporated into a larger presentation without looking out of place.
People who buy PowerPoint presentations are also less likely to be designers than the people buying in other GraphicRiver categories.
So many 3s, thats really lucky! Someone tweet it to Gabe Newell.
I still dont understand how to use it.
Here are some instructions for the older version http://bit.ly/MnC32u I recommend just using a new gmail account because some people have troubles using their own mail servers. An extra gmail account will also help with the flood of confirmation emails you will get.