butterflymedia saidOh, I want that feature on Windows! In After Effects you rename layers and other stuff by pressing “Enter”. And I like how it works. It’s really awesome!
...you cannot open files by pressing Enter. One of their developers must have been drunk when deciding to allow files to be renamed on pressing the Enter key rather than opening them, Hence the name, “Enter”.
I recommend you just start making themes and try to be as creative as possible but keep the user interface in mind.
Haha! Sorry for the resurrection I just had to since it’s Kriesi
I think that how items should be trending has been seriously misunderstood, right now our LiteMag theme has sold more and faster than the themes that came in at a similar time, it has a lower comments vs. sales ratio because we are supporting everything on or support forum, and it looks like that is having an effect on the trending status.
More comments on Themeforest doesn’t equal happier customers, in fact most of the comments on the items are requests for bug fixes or adds to the theme, so it’s quite the contrary.
I’m also interested in knowing how this can be accomplished.
We’re currently running a campaign which leads straight to the TF item page and the URL in the ad is created with the Google Analytics URL builder tool.
It works fine and we can see data on traffic coming from this campaign but when the user first lands on our site and then clicks a link to TF to buy the product we don’t have the information we need when he makes a purchase.
The only problem I’m having with this is how do I test these updating functions? I’m trying to implement the Pixelentity themes updater in to our themes, but I can’t test it, because I haven’t purchased any of my themes myself ( I also can’t do that because envato won’t let me ).
Do I have to sign in to another account, purchase my own theme and then test the API key from that account? Is that the only way?
Same problem, solved it with the user agent fix.
curl_setopt($ch,CURLOPT_USERAGENT,'Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:126.96.36.199) Gecko/20080311 Firefox/188.8.131.52');
One of the things I love is when I’m browsing the internet and stumble upon a page using one of our themes.
It’s awesome finding it by accident, of all the themes available in the world they chose ours, it sort of makes the world seem a little bit smaller.
I recently discovered, when clicking on a Hacker News link, that the official blog page for Pebble, the smart watch that was funded through Kickstarter, is using one of our themes.
I was like, no way! It’s a great feeling seeing it used in the wild
Have you ever stumbled on a webpage using your theme?
relics from the colonial age still going strong (was intentional and still is). maps were made to show the “importance” of the “civilized” world upon the rest of the “savage/primitive” world. Note that Africa is “huge” comparing with Europe
The Lambert projection makes it easy to navigate, you can create flight plans/shipping route by drawing a straight line on it and easily know your direction and you don’t need worry that you’ll end up in the middle of nowhere.
Maps were made to be accurate when sailing back in the day not to show how small Europe is compared to Africa, that’s just silly.