Posts by Stylius

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This is what I don’t get, why real_texelart have to loose his time now sending documents and stuff to Envato, while not only a user make money from his work, but Envato does it too. I understand that Terms & Conditions say so, but he was not a member of the marketplaces and did not accept anything.

Here is where staff is being unprofessional :notfunny:

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^ lol :bigsmile:

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because it’s not only user’s fauld, it’s Envato’s too.
Errr…no it’s not. What do you suggest, that every single time a user comes and registers Envato should throw a background check and a search through the whole internet to see if s/he’s uploading legot stuff? Let’s get real for a minute, shall we?

They should take care of our files because not only we get money from them, they do it too. don’t you think? It would be great if I’d open a website and people can register and sell files and I get paid from it without worrying where these files came from.

@Raincutter well, you can see it this way too. :bigsmile: but I think it’s totally unfair.

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Good luck man!

You should ask for a compensation from Envato because it’s not only user’s fauld, it’s Envato’s too.

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^ I don’t get it :notfunny:

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Congratulations mate :)

I dont know if there is a badge for this thing:

http://wiki.envato.com/community/badges-community/envato-marketplace-badges/

That would be cool! :bigsmile: \\

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It doesn’t matter which version you use. It’ll always end up being a zip file. Damn those archivers! Moral: A zip is seriously a zip. :D Moreover, it’ll always remain a zip. Or uh.. probably? Gah.. whatever!

lol

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The text needs some improvements. Change the font and make it bigger. Cheers! :)

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Try Google Translate. :) Link

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The preview yes, but you can always change the description with no revision.

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