Ahahah, this is getting ridiculous. Get your stuff together!
My eyes are bleeding. Nice one envato, nice one.
First the childish badges and now the exaggerated stylesheet. Did you hire an amateur?
I’m sorry to say that, but I think you guys should hire someone who has better taste. It’s really not okay.
I’m sorry to say this, but the new badges look like a joke. We’re not in a videogame. Keep the old ones and put these new inside an achievement page or something. It doesn’t make any sense as it is now. Just my two cents.
Nice doc, definitively worth to read.
Was about time. Let it burn.
I also submitted the agreement and hope it makes into the contest.
Get your money away from Italy and run!
They are already labelled with the licenses I wrote above. The question is if it’s ok to use “to share” licenses only in the preview. Some insight from the envato staff would be appreciated. I’ll contact the authors directly anyway.
Hello fellas, I got a question about using SoundCloud music in previews. I’m gathering the songs with their API into a custom made player but I’m a bit confused which kind of license is allowed.The following are available in their search engine:
- To modify commercially
- To use commercially
- To share
- To listen to
Which of them is safe for use? The first too should be ok I guess, but there are really nice songs under the third kind of licence that I really like to use but I’m not sure if it’s allowed here or not.
It’s granted that every song will have its relative author credited. Some official answer would be appreciated.