Maybe we should be able to rate some buyers too… +1
I understand when some authors feel inspired by other authors. I guess it’s part of the game played in this marketplace, and it can be understood. But something very different is when an author deliberately copies the name, the style, the color scheme of your item and, to make it worst, he/she makes a screen capture of your mockups and uses several parts of it to his/her own presentation!! At least, that author should have some shame…
I guess I can’t show the real examples due to forum rules, but just to show a part, I can not even say it’s a good copy! Some edges in the texts have been improperly “copied – pasted”...
Come on guy… Feel some shame… Then think about your own material. Be curious. Enjoy the creative process. Be a loyal author. Practice the fair play.
@tendershoot wanna know Who’s Grenade? just reupload those hard redirected item reviewers will tell you …. Reuploading Hard rejected item without any considerable amount of change is against Envato rules then its upto you…..
Exactly. Of course you can re upload a hard rejected item BUT, it must have significant improvements. I would not underestimate reviewers, I would upload with improvements… Best
Well, your message was surely considered self promotion… That’s forbidden in forums. Congrats anyway
This topic is also present in graphicriver forums. In this thread the answer from staff:http://graphicriver.net/forums/thread/whats-happening-with-followers-/148548?page=3
dustinmyersdesign saidYep, same here. I’ve sold some extended licenses even, but never know about their use… How do you know about the use of your templates guys?
I do a lot of freelance mgfx/editing work for a lot of different clients, and essentially time and budget dictate the use of templates for almost every project, so from big to small jobs/companies if there is a video project due, typically a videohive template is going to be used to kick start it—a lot of the times though they get modified to a degree that it isn’t quickly noticeable that it was from a particular template, at least in my case… So I think that is the typical client/situation… I’ve sold hundreds of my templates, but have yet to come across anything video that they have been used it, but it’s a big world, lots of videos being made
When a customer contacts me with a question or needs help with a template, I kindly request a link to their finished production. Most of them are glad to show how the template was used.A few weeks ago someone sent me a link to a Minecraft video on YouTube featuring my “Ultimate Movie Logo” template. The video is quite popular with over 6 million views!
+1 that’s great!
Are you sure the web page your looking at hasn’t got a cached version of the old image? All I can do is tell you my experience which was to just upload a new preview put a message in the comments. I redid all my item previews this way, so can’t see why it would work for me and not you unless so etchings changed?
I’m sure mate, I was not looking at an old version of the catched image… What I’m saying is that, not only I see no changes in replaced files, the request is not visible even in my item’s history unless I upload the whole item… Look, I include a sample of what I’m saying. In the case I’m showing I needed to upload only main files, but whether it’s main files, preview image or thumbnail, changes are never visible if I upload just that single file I need to replace. It happens all the time to me, that’s why I have to upload everything again, the whole item (preview image, thumb, main files, everything) to make changes effective. I don’t know why, but happens to me.