It’s a new category so things will pick up soon once the word gets out. Rome wasn’t built in a day.
Rome was built in a day – in fact less than a day! Researchers at the University of Milan may be very close to debunking the widely held common “truth” that Rome was not built in a day. Vincenze Firenze, Director of the interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Rome and Roman Culture at the University of Milan, said that recently discovered scientific evidence all but points to the conclusion that Rome was indeed built in a day. “In fact,” Dr. Firenze stated, “we are beginning to believe that not only was Rome built within a day, but it may even have been built in as little as eighteen and a half hours, which as you know, falls considerably below the universally accepted standard of the twenty-four hour day.”
Done. Thanks for pointing that one out.
Thanks’ for the moving the Magazine category slightly further up! Although I still feel strongly that this category is of much higher calibre than Greeting Cards and Resumes! I think it should be above or underneath Newsletters.
I think BoxedCreative means that the item ‘Magazines’ is now below ‘Miscellaneous’ and he would like to see it between the Brochures and Newsletter items. Anyway, I’m also very happy that the magazines have their own category now and my magazine templates are moved already. Thanks!
Thanks for making it clear ottonova!
CRSWebDesign said@CRSWebDesign you are all set! Very nice files btw.
JoshuaSprague saidCan I move too?
Rayzong saidOk Rayzong, it’s been moved. Nice work by the way!
Oh man.. is it possible to move my newly item to this category? http://graphicriver.net/item/digital-pro-graphic-design-magazine-v10/506164
Any chance for a move? Cheers!
The world hasd gone mad!
Good move…was actually waiting for this to happen!
Just a recommendation…Is it possible to move it above the Newsletter heading or below it?
Be able to take criticism..it will only make you learn and better yourself!
I dont know where to start.
This is such a joke.
I’m gonna stop promoting Envato like this great company they once were.
[removed, please refrain from swearing on the forums – harvey]I wont waste my time being an author anymore.
Easy with the language there WillemoesDK!
I’m going to sit on the fence for this one…Just reserving my judgement and seeing how all this pans out! No use butchering the idea in it’s primary stage!
Yeah just like the previous guys have said there will only be 2 options on this:
1. Check to see if there are any Master pages
2. Select > Object > Unlock all on spread