“And they fiercely drew out their Swords in Bundles stabbing them slowly and painfully through the heart…”The end.
Exactly, you need CS5.5 then you can Open it in CS5.5 and Save As CS5 . Your other option would be OpenSesame but it could be messy when you have text layers, or effects such as Curves, and a few others
It simply depends on the outcome of the discussion. In the scenario where we would’ve mutually agreed the Item’s main idea was indeed “borrowed” then maybe a link back on the items page or a small thank you email would’ve been more than fine.
In a scenario where they would disagree the idea was borrowed I’d simply move on, as he said previously, the final outcome is different enough for both to co exist.
|+790196|felt_tips said Now, 12 weeks later, the boot’s on the other foot. You see your copyright infringed and are now arguing that a file your peers have judged to be broadly different in all repsects other than the use of the piano keyboard motif, are in fact exactly the same, and the work should be taken down. That seems somewhat inconsistent to me.Actually, I’ve said Sorry, Twice. I’ve never asked for his file to be taken down only for a second opinion, a dialogue with Envato. Had I known this would’ve ended in immediate takedown of the file without further discussion I wouldn’t have done it.