SCORE = 510
My cursor started to jump whenever I moved my mouse!
I have searched and searched for the problem online.
I found many threads at Apple about it.
Until I came across one that mentioned Wacom.
Sure enough, my Pen was laying on top of the Tablet!!
You are Definately allowed to post a link to your files if it is related to a request, as is the case here! This post reporting is getting out of control!!! Flyersjoe, please take the time to look at michael’s portfolio, he has a really excellent XML editor which is perfect for the job!
I think that’s considered as Self-Promotion, which isn’t allowed in the forums.
Otherwise the forums would be populated with self-promoting items.
Probably why the post was flagged.
But you could definitely say “look at this search page” and you may find your item there….
Besides Editorial (which aren’t allowed, currently) usage images, cannot there be a category that is limited to Advertising Usages?
Sure some items are of commercial value, but what about advertising usages?
A COKE is a COKE unless is is a Trademarked Brand of COKE .
Sales for usage as ONLY ADVERTISING seems like a broad market.
Yes, I totally agree. Mine shows 5 AudioJungle Items and my very first 2 GR items.
Newer items and/or Popular sellers should be shown there, IMO .
I will withdraw to paypal in a few days to verify this.
Offtopic: Dude, what’s with the trust issues, there were like 10 people who told you + envato support and you still need to verify it ?Ontopic: Yeah, paypal is great, but I think the best is Payoneer even if there are some higher charges.
Trust issues ? ha.I read some people here were complaining of paypal fees so I needed to get an official answer from envato.
Envato pays a lower fee for sending payments because they use a Mass Pay system that is supported by Paypal.
Paypal has never charged a Receiver to Get money.
Like when using an auction site – some sellers would ask for a bit more to cover their Paypal fees.
Which is why you’ll probably never see an 95% Payout from Envato – they’ve got Fees and Charges to cover themselves through Paypal.
I told them I use Adobe PS, Finalcut Pro , iMovie, GarageBand, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, InDesign, Motion, Flash and other apps – sometimes running all at the same time.
He said that If I wanted to have those apps launched at the same time I should go with the MBP .
The AIR doesn’t really support running that many apps at once, so I got the MBP .
Rarely do apps crash. Oh sometimes PS CS4 will lockup whenever I try to copy and paste large objects – but I think that’s an Adobe problem (so I think).
I’m really happy with the performance I get. I took it overseas to the Philippines, it’s really Hot and Humid there with lots of Rainy periods – no noticeable degradation of performance.
I’ve never really relied on battery performance, so I can’t speak of that, as I prefer to keep it anchored to an outlet so I’m always around 98% power.
Yes, it’s a bit heavier and not as sleek and slim looking – but I really like the performance the the weight.
I had an Acer PC that weighed a bit more – but I just am used to my MACs.
And it’s not a MAC vs PC thing, all my licenses are for MAC and I can’t afford to switch over to PC licenses, as I have 3 MACs now and can load all my apps onto most of them.
Make sure you get some form of protection installed – you would be upset to loose such an investment – I have Lo-Jack for MAC (99.00 for 2 years) and HiddenApp (10.00 per year) – adds a bit of assurance that if I loose it or it’s stolen I can probably get it back (at least I hope).
I was told by a Mac salesperson that for Photoshop and graphics extensive programs to go with the MBP
That the Air couldn’t handle as well running video apps as the MBP