FlatlineRo saidIt looks like one of us got lost in translation, not sure who though Plus, I still think the truth depicted in the photo is hilarious. Therefore, I reserve my right to agree to disagree.
I smack a lady if I have to tell her twice and given the fact that you are a bit out of reach and I’m not that keen on spending money traveling just to prove a point I would have to politely step away from your misleading and poorly deduced reply, you misunderstood me starting from the first 2 words. Just in case you still don’t get my message that was clearly meant for a general audience, I was just stating that it’s illogical to make such a big deal out of silly demands coming from people that are hiring you to do something that they can’t (meaning that they have no clue how it works and this can lead to silly questions and/or demands).
FlatlineRo saidOf course. No offense taken, buddy! BTW, your portfolio rocks!
The smack part is an obvious joke, I took your advice and wrote it smiling.
A blonde woman gets pulled over by a police officer… The officer is also a blonde woman. She asks the driver for her license. The blonde woman rummages through her purse for a minute before getting frustrated.. What does it look like again, she asks.. The officer says, it’s rectangle and has your photograph on it. The blonde woman looks around some more and says, oh here it is. She pulls out a small mirror and shows it to the officer… The officer said, oh you can go, I didn’t realize you’re a police officer too.
You guys need to learn how to say I can’t and get on with your lives…put it this way, imagine you had a job where you moved bricks 8 hours a day for 200$/month…my guess is that after a hard day’s work you will think twice about making such a big deal out of silly client demands.
It’s only a joke, nothing more. Do you feel offended? It’s your problem if you do. I never said Photoshop was my second nature. In fact, my Photoshop skills are average at best. Not everybody here knows Photoshop inside out like you do.
Off topic: if I had a job where I had to move bricks for 8 hours on a daily basis, I’d either request a hefty salary raise, or find a (much) better paid job.
Back on topic: You seem to contradict yourself – either it’s a big deal, or the clients’ demands are silly.
Well nevermind that. I’d kindly suggest you to put a big smile on your face. That was the purpose of my thread.
Q: What do you call a monkey in a minefield?
A: A baboom!
In order to become an author on Envato, you MUST be able to understand and write (type) in English. There is no exception to this rule. Yes, it’s a rule here on Envato. I’m gonna try to explain to you two of the most important reasons as to why the rule exists.
You cannot rely on Google Translate to create a comprehensive documentation for your theme, which is a must – the buyers need to understand how to use your theme. Also, Google Translate won’t help too much when buyers start asking questions related to the theme. I am sure that you are a very good developer and/or designer but you won’t be able to sell your theme here on ThemeForest unless you are able to understand AND write in English without the help of any automated translator utility such as Google Translate.
I hope this helps.
In order for you to be able to start selling items here, you need to possess good English communications skills.