What a great idea!
Wow, there are 998 files as of right now inside Graphic River. That didn’t take long! 2 more to make it 1,000, I wonder what the 1,000th file will be?
Chuck, there are no quotas. And FJ is correct—we do change some things so that previews work for you guys, especially if it’s something quick. If it’s more involved, and it contravenes the upload instructions, we have every right to reject.
I’m not sure why you think there’s a conspiracy theory that we have quotas and we are here to reject everything. We like nothing more than to publish a fully functioning file. If it’s broken, that looks bad on the author and it looks bad on Flashden. We genuinely try to do everything we can to maintain quality and integrity. And we love seeing all your files, guys, keep them coming.
Love where all the proceeds are going to, what a great cause! Why is the logo and branding different to the current site though? Is this a sneak peek at the new branding?
Why would someone buy the same item more than once? Is there something in the license that limits the number of times one can use the purchase files or something? I’m missing something here. Please enlighten me.
If a customer purchases something for use in a project, they are supposed to purchase it again if used for a different client/project. It’s called, Single Use Limited License. One day, there may be other licenses available (as discussed in other envato marketplace forums), but for now, there’s only a single use license. Hope that answers your question!
I have noticed that a few people are adding their own watermark to vector files and icon files. I am not quite sure if this should be allowed to continue it doesn’t really go very well with the websites overall appearance, and may turn some buyers off if they are used to seeing the normal watermark and suddenly find something totally different.
I think users are only doing this because the envato watermark does not currently work with images that are light. So in order to protect their work, authors have been adding their own watermark. 99% of the time, the regular envato watermark is working great. But as Amanda says, a solution to watermark lighter previews is in the works, awesome!