Yeah guys, got another batch sale a few days ago. The same item and according to Envato even the same buyer. I have no idea what is he doing with 8000 slider licenses (4500 9 months ago, 3500 now), but hoping he would need another few thousands licenses by the end of the next year Anyway, this is truly mind blowing and I couldn’t be happier!
Insane ! Huge congratulations, this is an inspiring story!
It’s the same like in January this year, look here: http://marketblog.envato.com/general/author-made-20k-overnight-literally/ (maybe the same buyer bought other 4500 licenses LOL; I remember people were saying that maybe the licenses were for Wix)
Isn’t that the same item/the same author, like the first time? Weird…
Hi, have your tried these guidelines? https://help.market.envato.com/hc/en-us/articles/202821520-What-should-I-do-if-I-m-having-trouble-downloading-a-file-
- Nice, easy tool
- Friendly syntax highlighting
- Useful extensions which covers various features
- Easy to use, especially for users familiar with Dreamweaver or Notepad Ultra or ++
- Fine for easy editing or easy projects
- I can’t work on more than one project at a time, it can open only one folder at a time
- You can open only one file at a time, personally I like to have more files open at a time
- Few core features, you have to search and install extensions one-by-one to add features
- I can’t link or add servers to it (Tomcat, IIS, etc) to deploy projects
- I can’t configure how much memory it uses, to boost its performance
- I keep having the issue described here: https://github.com/adobe/brackets/issues/9011
- You have to install it to use it (you cannot port it easily to another system/PC with all existing projects and features; or backup it)
I have used for years Eclipse IDE. Mainly because it has the features listed in the above “Negative” list. Since I have started with PHP development I use and I love this one: Eclipse for PHP Developers
LATER EDIT: Although I think there is a mistake, the link says “PSD and Vector EPS versions for our Market logos” but the downloaded zip only contains PNG files.
What would you be if you were attached to another object by an inclined plane, wrapped helically around an axis?
Only because an extra-form to fill-up? Only if someone has reasons to feel that way…. Personally I don’t see Envato this way. But this isn’t a discussion about how stable or not Envato is.
My only question (in a previous post) was if this will be applied soon to European authors too.
Oh, hold on a sec’.
I think we all could use a summary….
Until now, I thought we are just talking about US authors who will have to fill a certain form. Now I read about Envato keeping the VAT, also about European authors and European VAT, etc…..
Could someone make a summary for all of us, please? Thanks in advance!
We’re after 3 specific things please:
- Any comments and possible amendments to the definition of what is and is not included in item support
I think the paragraph “Fixes for bugs and reported issues with the item” should contain (at least for WordPress plugins) the mention that “Authors are required to fix bugs and reported issues” only if the plugin did not suffer major customizations from the buyer’s side.
I had a couple of buyers who made some major customizations and improvements after they have bought one of my plugins and then they required bug fixes on their code, telling me that basically I have to provide support, since it’s my plugin.