Wow, I either misread your post, or did not get it as you intended. Your second post above most certainly is Christianity
Christ sacrificed himself on the cross to show us the ultimate token of unconditional love, and then he ascended to heaven.
Faith, Hope Love … the greatest of these is Love!
The part of your original post that confused me was …
I think the message is that we don’t ascend to “heaven” after life, but during our lives. Life is what we make of it, we can chose which realities we live in…
Not to get into full details since we are not allowed, but that portion is what threw me off as it is not doctrine in the Bible. And possibly the “digital science” name threw me off …
Its certainly not “imposing” on others, as you said, everyone is free to believe what they wish. Imposing would be demanding you open the thread and participate, which is certainly not what was done.
No hard feelings at all.
I’ve had an item randomly drop from $16 to $12 for not apparent reason. I thought Envato was not allowed to do this. Am I wrong?
how could this have happened? It was been $16 since it was released in February, now all of a sudden its $12.
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Winter is coming …
Well deserved my friend! Keep it up!
Thanks guys. Yes it is maddening, and to me it shouldnt be tolerated at all. I can’t imagine Envato disagreeing with me.
Copy holds the same standards as anythig else, it can’t be copied from someone else unless it’s all technical text, and mine is not. Technical text is one thing, sales copy is another.
It’s unethical and raises suspicions about the persons entire portfolio in my eyes. If they are so willing to blatantly copy text and not even attempt to change it, then why wouldnt they do the same for their creative work?
I’ve filled out a support ticket and am waiting for a reply. I will update this thread when I get a response. And I would be absolutely shocked if support does nothing, they need to be adamant about things like this. At least they should be. It’s just wrong and people who so easily do that shouldn’t be apart of this community.
Thanks guys, I’m filling out a support ticket. I was curious if there is a faster way, support tickets have never worked out for me, one never got a response. I’ll keep at it for this though.
Text descriptions have to be the same, it’s my own thought out copy, it should hold the same laws as any other creative work. He literally copied word for word, freaking insane.
There is another user here who is copying my item descriptions exactly, only changing out the item name or file number, etc. I asked him politely to change them and he did after a few days. Well, now there is a new item that has done the same thing again and copied my item description. And on top of that there are numerous design similarities that are also copied, it’s different enough but is still very similar. But the fact that he is copying my text exactly is absolutely ridiculous, there is not even an attempt to change the text. That fact speaks volumes, and I’d imagine that habit carries over into his work as well.
So my question is what is the best way to handle this. Do I fill out a support ticket or is there a faster way to get it resolved?
Yep, graphic mind has the right of it! Sorry for the late response!