Congrats! It’s the driest day of the week for me, but it’s not over yet
Happy Birth Day! I like the new badges.
Widening stereo image causes phase issues. It’s easy to over do. Be careful
That is weird. What’s the point of using transparent png if they add a grey background anyway? It doesn’t make sense.
To me, it looks like someone forgot to update the css. Hopefully they will fix it soon.
About the profile page, they have announced earlier that they wanted to have a lighter background (maybe even white as on the homepage). I don’t know when they will implement it though.In the meantime, one thing you could do, is to have two thumbnails. One with a white background that you change to a transparent png, once your item is off the new item list… is it worth the extra work though?
Thank you so much Pierre! I hope they fix it because I think I will skip that two thumbnails workout
I was using PNG with transparent areas for my item thumbnails but now they don’t work in the new items section on the main page because the main background is white and I guess the thumbnail area has a grey background. If I replace the transparent background of my thumbnails with white, they won’t look good on the grey main background of our profile pages.
What should I do?
If you know any company that will pay thousands of dollars for a buy-out, that’s great!
...any quality track can easily be licensed for $5000 and more over the course of a few years in the licensing world.
That’s right. Annual license fee for an ad music is around that much ( without the versions ).
The exclusive license does not give you full rights or ownership of the track. It allows you to put the track in a product that you are selling commercially. If you wanted to own the track then you would have to pay $1000’s and the composer would not be able to continue selling that track.
Actually giving the author 1000 $ or 100.000 $ does not give you the rights to sell the song. That requires a special contract. You can buy the life-time rights for thousands of dollars ( and it’s not 1000 $ ), so the author can not sell that track to anyone else and you will have the right to “use” that song forever.
That’s a nice feature. Hope it works as planned. Thanks!