You already gave an answer to your own question:
- You use the font personally – just to design the preview of your item, you don’t sell the font itself. I.e. the font is not included in your pack. You have used the font for the preview, but the preview is JPG, so it is impossible to extract the font from there – you don’t harm any rights;
- That’s why, giving a link to the font, you transfer the responsibility of using this font to the buyer of your item.
Oh OK that’s cool! Thanks for the reply!
How do these fees apply if our an Exclusive Author? I thought you got like 50% for that? Or is this something different?
I have a poster template created and wanted to use some fonts, some of which are listed as “Personal Use Only”... however I noticed the exact same font is posted on another site with the exact same name but listed under a different designers name and this site states that it’s for “Commercial Use”... however the font won’t install for me.
I was therefore wondering, when creating a template for submission to GR, is it still OK to do up a design, with the fonts clearly showing in the preview files, but not include them in the zip folder… I’ve read on here that as long as I include the name of the font and link to download it in the txt file it’s OK? But is it if the font states “Personal Use Only”?
I noticed on GR’s Upload Instructions it states that “All items, regardless of file type, must have clearly indicated printer’s marks”
I was just wondering, if I was uploading a PSD file, what’s the normal format on here for creating the printers marks? Do I achieve this by setting some Guides in the Photoshop File or do I need to physically create a White Trim Line and a Yellow Safety Margin as shown in the image within the below link?;http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/509/80/print-templates-submission-requirements
I would normally use InDesign but wanted to try submitting a PSD file for resale, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen options within Photoshop for Printer’s Marks they way they are in InDesign?
I would very STRONGLY advise speaking with an accountant or getting some software that’ll help you with this, never take anyone’s advice online as fact with regards to tax processes as if they’re wrong YOU are at fault…
Hi, No I’d never take Tax advice from anyone other than a professional, what I’m asking is do I need to fill out any forms here on Envato the same way sites like Dreamstime make you do or does Enavto work differently?... i.e. work away and sort all the relevant Tax Forms yourself off the site?
The reason I ask is because other sites allow you to sell, but when it comes to cashing in your balance they block it until you complete their Tax Forms which THEY then send to the relevant authorities?
I was just wondering if anyone here can shed any light on how online sales work with regards to Tax as I’ve noticed some other sites do things differently… here’s an example;
Another Stock Graphic/Photography site allows it’s users to sell their work but you MUST fill in an appropriate Tax form and also if your a non US resident, they require the user to also apply for a Tax Identification Number (TIN) with the america IRS?
What I wanted to know was, is this is a requirement from all online stock platforms or is it different for each site as I’ve yet to see anything on envato that REQUIRES the user to fill out such forms?
I’m all for paying my tax but it seems some sites make it more complicated than others especially if your being paid in $ and do not live in the USA?
Just curious to know what people think or how envato users work? Do you just declare your own income from envato in your own country? Or have I missed a section where I need to fill out forms?
I like the track and I especially like the instruments, but the world cup is in 4 years from now…
LOL, Sorry I should have been clearer, I made it with the World Cup in mind a few months ago just before the last WC, so just thought I’d put it up here as a Football / Sport Anthem style track and made a few various versions for possible RF use. Thanks!