Ah – yes, I thought something wasn’t quite going to plan.
I have added a relevant tag to each file (have now changed all three in that set – one price, two names) – and have the progress bars showing they are being reviewed now.
Thanks for your help, and looking into it again. Will know what to do in the future. (But will also be more careful about naming I think!)
I’ve sent a message to reviewer about the name change on one file. And on another have requested a price change to match two similar files.
Thanks again for the quick reply. I’ll do it again later today. (I think I was inconsistent with another one…so might do two minor name changes, whoops – see how it goes this time).
^ Hi Interspace, to change the name/title of an existing item, go to the item page and click the › Edit tab.
At the bottom, kindly leave the reviewer a quick note in the Message to the Reviewer box, with the desired name change. Then, simply click the Submit Files for Review button and you’re done!
Item updates have their own queue and are usually processed in well under 48 hours. Good luck.
I did this exactly – but nothing has been updated (or acknowledged) – do you have to re-upload the files?? (I didn’t do that).
This was never resolved?
I have the same issue. I want to do a minor change to the name of my file (the big title at the top) – how can I edit it?
Safari sign-in on Mac working fine now. Thanks.
I cannot sign in using Safari on a Mac. The entry fields retain the default info ‘Username’ and ‘Password’ with my username and password transposed ON TOP of it, then pressing sign in does nothing.
Works okay on Firefox on the Mac.
Graphic river does not seem to be bothered by what these images might do to their reputation. IMHO they are sleazy, cheap, and encourage/foster an unnecessarily base tone in imagery of women which could easily be avoided with a rule or two. Would be nice if GR chose to be more discerning. How would it look if all the near-naked, glistening pics of women, were replaced with the same – but men? Strange? Why?
Interspace saidThat’s the same for every market place?
Seems a bit difficult to wrap head around doing a complex tutorial on the off-chance it’s wanted,
Well…no. At Graphic River, you can see what comparable items are worth, so you know in advance what you are getting yourself into.
it was 150$ but looks like they change it.
I wonder why? Even if there was some vague indication, it would be more motivational than none at all. E.G. ‘Tutorials are paid at between $X and $XXXX depending on….’ etc.
For tutorials for tutsplus, first send them and email with your tutorial idea. Then see whether or not it is “needed” I did this and they told me which one of my ideas was useful. Then discuss payment with them. They should price it based on the tutorial you are doing. If it is extremely advanced compensation should be good. It all depends really. Your best bet is to email them and discuss this, it can’t hurt right?
I guess you’re right. Though my feeling is that it just adds a couple of extra layers of complication/used-up-time to communicate first. And I still feel quite leery that there’s not even a hint of what they’re worth. A bit strange considering how organised and transparent the other markets are?
Thanks for opinions though. If any staff read this, I’d be interested in the official line – whether or not there might be a $ guide in the future?