It’s probably a rendering bug if it only happens in Chrome. Chrome has, surprisingly, quite a few CSS3 rendering bugs when there are 3D translations or transitions (even if elements only move in 2D). I’ve seen it happen elsewhere and that’s just the way it is until they improve their rendering engine. I wouldn’t worry about it because it’s likely that users have seen such flickering elsewhere.
mediacreed saidHe is not my partner, I am not in anyway affiliated with him.
The buyers will give you, Ben and also the author exactly the sales you will deserve. There is a circle in this life dear Ben that pays everyone the way they did things. And by this i am supporting all authors that create things on themeforest and work for it, spend months for improving and development.
And also, i am an author here on envato and have almost 3 years of experience here and i can see when someone just copies an idea or as in your friend case or your partner copies an entire template and makes 20% adjustments.
Good Luck with Sales. I am betting that the template won’t sell as it should See you after 1 week of sales.
Supporting all authors that work hard on all the templates and fighting against all other authors that just seek rapid growth by copying others.Singed,
If you think he’s stolen it, report him, stop bitching and whining about it.
Don’t patronize me I understand the work that goes into a template, and I would never steal a theme, I was just giving you a different look at it, that you obviously don’t care about.
I do support all authors that put the hard work in, but it’s a lot easier to support them when they have a good attitude.
Yes I’d be more than annoyed if someone stole my theme and tried reselling it, but if someone suggested going to envanto support instead of crying about it, I wouldn’t attack them.
I am not worried, dear Ben, already purchased the template, and i will seek legal advice. My right is to sue a person when i think have a strong reason. This is my right and no person can take that from me.
I have purchased and make screenshoots, also recorded the screen to have a point in animations and the similar functionality and will seek legal advice.
If i am right or not the court will judge that.Mediacreed
You really need to calm down. Your theme looks like hundreds of others before it. If you think you’re not in the wrong, I assure you, you are. Spend your time and money on making more products rather than complaining about others.
Honestly? I don’t think I can ever objectively judge IE. Not after what they did to us with IE6 , and the way they kept dragging that out. It just feels like second nature to assume IE is miles behind the pack. It’s not that I don’t take microsoft seriously, but I.. just can’t take microsoft seriously .
I only heard of that reference in writing. Seeing that video and how fat, ugly, and sweaty the image of Microsoft is squealing a word over and over really explains why Microsoft fails at so many things they attempt.
Who cares. Its market share will remain infinitesimal till IE 29 comes out. You can’t expect much of willing IE users.
It’s depressing knowing that in our lifetimes, we will never know what’s truly out there.
Computer Engineering at the University of Pittsburgh.
I don’t know what the current status of TV’s is but the last time I shopped for a midsize TV (32” area), I went with a Sony Bravia, which I used to replace a Samsung. Both are great. My Sony is much more expensive (even after a couple years of purchasing the Samsung) because it has a ton of features I frankly don’t use but the picture quality and the things I need are perfect.
Basically, keep this in mind: pick the cheapest one with the best picture/audio quality and the features you need. Mine is 3D and I have no plan on ever using that. Probably knocked the price up a ton, especially at the time. I did notice that Sony’s video codecs are seriously lacking though. Plugging in a USB device, you’re limited to a very specific list of codecs which I wasn’t too fond of. I know for a fact that Samsung’s newer TV’s have a great feature list and video format/codec support.
You’re right. I never use a template as it is, and I always modify it to fit what I and/or my client has in mind. But since price is getting more important lately (due to the economic crisis) clients won’t pay several thousands anymore for a typical business site. So to get clients that still want a professional site, but on a much lower budget than the past decade, I have to work cheaper, and use templates that require little tweaking. But since most of them are either boring or unusable portfolio/blog types, I would love to see templates with more original designs/layouts that still appeal to typical small to midsized companies. Change some colors, logo and other minor stuff, build the site with client content, do some SEO magic, and sell it for 1500 instead of a custom design and custom built one for 3500. And as far as IE7 and 8 goes: it’s totally irrelevant what we think of those browers. In my country (The Netherlands) the far majority uses some IE version. IE7 about 10% and IE8 about 35%. The rest is IE9 and about 10% all other browsers together. I just can’t say “IE sucks, I don’t uspport it”. Besides, I actually don’t dislike IE, but that’s also not important. The fact is I HAVE to support it.
10% is for all intents and purposes dead. Google dropped support for IE6 (and maybe even IE7 , can’t remember now) when it reached 10% as did ThemeForest review and many other large sites. Unfortunately, catering to those 10% is worth more than 10% effort so it’s actually counterproductive both economically and logically to support it.