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eduvoindo says

@jremick good post. I think this matter has been overtalked.

Guys let’s all (authors and envato team) learn from this and do better. I, myself, learned a lot over this subject and appreciate all the opinions on both sides.

As an author, I would say that we do need to be as much careful as we can. Envato staff, don’t really know what to say but I’m sure that there is something you can get from this thread.

People, let’s just do better! After all, we are a community, always have been and it will never work otherwise!

Best regards, Eduardo

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eduvoindo says

Guys,

we can say anything… to be safe there are only 2 options:

1: Buy photos

2: Take your own photos with your camera

All the other options are dangerous and you must take in consideration the risks of using any type of free material.

Also if you find a free photo today, tomorrow it could be commercial or have its license terms changed in any way…

Be always safe with your business ;)

Parker

^+1K

Although I partially agree with most of the authors here, regarding Envato’s handling criteria on this matter, Parker did, on my opinion, the best comment on this thread. That is some simple raw true, that will make life easy for everyone.

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eduvoindo says

Hi guys…

Just my two cents…

Being very honest, I don’t get the point in disabling an account because one single offending item. Is it like a penalty of some kind? I confess I’m a rather recent author (older buyer though), and am not entirely educated to talk about the whole envato’s policy regarding this matter.

Common sense says me that, if one item offends a policy, it should be removed (apparently the technical name is soft-disabled). Which did happen. From there, all it looks is as a punishment.

If this is really a policy (and again, I’m not as educated on this matter as I probably should) my two cents is that it is really unfair, because the policy does not cope with many reasons already mentioned by fellow authors. If it was an accident, happens to anyone (just not a very good luck for wpCanyonThemes).

Hope all goes well, and everybody learns something (I will probably) with this incident. Regards to all, Eduardo

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eduvoindo says

As TheRedGiant said very well, security wise, don’t trust anything to rely on client side! That must definitely be for a server side JS!

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eduvoindo says

Congratz

amzee you bumper :P that was 5 months ago. He made a few more sales already :)

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eduvoindo says

Over network. On a desktop computer, share it’s DVD drive. Try to locate the desktop with your MB and use the shared dvd drive. Or… if it’s the latest original adobe version, I believe you can download the digital copy ;)

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eduvoindo says

Ok, now that’s weird :P Do you have “smart tab” turned on ?

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eduvoindo says

Even with dreamweaver, for example?

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eduvoindo says

Well most of my (np++) files when opened with windows notepad they look like you say. But hey, who cares about windows notepad anyway? If you try to open your files on a decent code editor, they will all look ok.

Reason must be, because windows notepad handles tabs (and other stuff) in a different way.

Still, why bother with windows notepad? try dreamweaver, you’ll see everything is cool :)

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eduvoindo says

That’s a little bit more tricky, you will probably need to use objects instead of variables, like this:

var names = {
    name: "Envato" 
}

var hello = "Hello " + names.name + " !"; // Initial value for hello now containes "Hello Envato !" 

var set = function(obj, new_value) {
    obj.value = new_value; // changes the object dinamically
    hello = "Hello" + names.name + "!"; // And update the var hello, so it reflects the change ;)
}

// And now you can do:
set(name, "CodeCanyon");

// if you test it nowm it will be updated
alert(hello); // this will alert "Hello CodeCanyon !" 
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