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Deep_Blue says

I found one that looks almost exactly the same as envato flag icons lol, But i don’t thing i can link it here so i sent you an email

Thanks a lot, really appreciated :)

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Deep_Blue says

I am looking for rounded flags icons like these used in Envato country badges, anyone knows where to find similar icons? I don’t want glossy icons just flat ones.

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Deep_Blue says

My font Equilibrium is used in a mobile app called Alive, actually the app creator contacted me about using the font on his app:
http://www.alive-story.com/

Watch this demo video, my font appears at minute 1:06

http://vimeo.com/110232679

:)

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Deep_Blue says

For UK users, read the last paragraph here. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/vat-supplying-digital-services-to-private-consumers/vat-businesses-supplying-digital-services-to-private-consumers
Digital portals, platforms, gateways and marketplaces If you supply e-services to consumers through an internet portal, gateway or marketplace, you need to determine whether you are making the supply to the consumer or to the platform operator. If the platform operator identifies you as the seller but sets the general terms and conditions, or authorises payment, or handles delivery/download of the digital service, the platform is considered to be supplying the consumer. They are therefore responsible for accounting for the VAT payment that is charged to the consumer.

Quoted from the other thread Preparing for Upcoming VAT Changes

So this is the definite answer on who is the seller.

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Deep_Blue says

While you are “active VAT taxpayer” when you sell something to any customer you have to issue invoice. The only difference is that for customer with active and verified VAT ID you invoice NET sales with VAT = 0 or without column for VAT at all. However invoice is required.

As far as I know an official Invoice should always contain VAT, and the business buyer (with valid VAT ID) can collect the VAT later. correct me if I am wrong?

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Deep_Blue says

So the short answer authors will not invoice normal users, but may require to invoice business buyers that do not have “Valid VAT number”.. but how can a buyer be considered business if he does not have “Valid VAT number”?

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Deep_Blue says

Envato is the seller,

BTW why this discussion? I missed the whole VAT discussion, are we (authors) going to handle invoices?! And how on earth VAT is 20%? we need clear justification on this number!

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Deep_Blue says

Community response is overwhelming, this is without any doubt the most hated change ever !

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Deep_Blue says

hi, i am newbie too and was crying when my first item was rejected. made it 1-2 month…and rejected. Then i saw what items in “top sellers” and start to make something like that just for experiment (will it approved?) and yes. So my advice – make something simple like styles or backgrounds or actions… and then go on with your ideas and stuff. p.s. my first and rejected item – http://cs14115.vk.me/c622417/v622417563/77bc/3x2WQVR9RoM.jpg and sorry for my bad English) good luck)

Your rejected item is very good and is valuable addition to game assets! It is amazing how reviewers reject good items sometimes and accept crappy items other times! I advice you to make some changes to your rejected item and upload it again.

I had this item rejected before (I now offer it for free) : http://deepbluedesigns.deviantart.com/art/Free-Supercars-Icons-426677126
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Deep_Blue says

Include additional EPS 10 version in the main files: In illustrator save as EPS then in “Version” pick “Illustrator 10 EPS”.

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