just kill it on mobile, nobody ever complained about it.
There’s no investigation from envato: they disable the item as soon as they receive a DMCA and the only way to have it restored is by sending a counter.
You need to counter their DMCA, after that they have 15 working days to file a lawsuit against you and inform envato. If they don’t, your item will be restored but frozen funds could take up to 3 months to be released from envato.
Just an advice: do not rely on raid/ssd for your data safety. They are less prone to hardware failures but not to filesystem meltdowns so always use external storage for backups.
ait saidThey can do a better product, release it for free or sell it somewhere else but not on TF
I don’t want to start a war thread again, but what’s the point of releasing your theme as 100% GPL if nobody can continue in your work to make it better but have to start from scratch?
my face each time i edit an item and spot that button:
subsolar saidWere themes without blog even approved in the past ? when asking in the forum i was told it was mandatory even for one pages/vcard conversions.
Yeah, I’ve always wondered about these themes without blog and the requirement about the Theme Unit Test file passing. For themes without blogs it is exception I guess?