If I am not mistaken, the guy behind that website is freshface…
We don’t have a project like that. Maybe someone from our team talked about this idea in some way or other back in 2010, but nothing concrete came out of it as far as I remember.
Reviewers usually provide good feedback, but when it comes to design it’s not really easy to explain to someone why exactly their design needs improvement so you usually get the cookie cutter responses like “bad typography”, etc.
Could someone from Envato Team look IMPORTANTLY at this?http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/important-collateral-damages-caused-by-revo-slider-hunt/141714
Bump, any response?
It’s great that envato make some actions about the outdated Revolution Slider. But I think that you guys should be more careful when soft disabling themes. You disabled our theme London Creative +, reason is that it contains a the problematic Revolution Slider plugin. So far so good. The problem is that our theme does not contain Revolution Slider plugin at all! This can happen only if someone wasn’t even able to read the item description. Since the response time on Envato support is measured in weeks, same as the review time, I opened a thread and I demand activation of our template here.
Short answer is no. More info should be somewhere in the TOS. But an author can verify a purchase code manually so if you can get that then you should be good to go to receive support (it’s up to the author discretion though).
Well to be honest it doesn’t happen often to us. But when it happens, it’s still our paying customer and we treat him like a customer, because it’s the guy who votes for us with his wallet. So we are polite and helpful as always and doing our best to solve his problem
Sorry to hear that. You should send a tweet to @envato_support with a ticket ID as well, that might speed it up.
xappwp saidMaking money and Open Source go together? Ummm… not in the digital stock market they don’t
makes no sense to talk about this. both co-exists very well since the last 10 years or so.
It’s possible actually. Free content creates a market (or audience) that wouldn’t exist otherwise that you can later milk with premium paid content/services and advertising/datamining.
By the way, what was the split initially when Envato started back in the day? I can’t remember now.
edit: googled and found something like 25/75 with 50/50 for veterans. Those were the days lolhttp://themeforest.net/forums/thread/rates-percentages-/5889 (6 years ago)