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subsolar says
http://marketblog.envato.com/resources/top-50-new-wordpress-themes-of-2014

Okay, I’m not against these kind of multi-purpose themes, some of the are really great (and some are slow), but why Envato promotes only them? I know, I know – they sell good.

It’s like they want the marketplace to be filled with only these kinds of themes.. this is not the right way in the long term.

New categories and price changes are needed – really.

I’m not jealous or something, every kind of theme should have some chance.

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subsolar says

There is a complicated issue we are working on. Marketopia may not be updated for the next two weeks.
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subsolar says

Just contacted them, hope they answer.

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subsolar says

The explanation on the themeforest site is kind of complex. If you want to get it, here is how it is:

Your item is sold for $10

$10 – ( 20% * $10 ) = $8 (This is the Item Price after the buyer fee reduction)

$8 – 37.5% * $8 = $5 (this is what you get as earnings for each sell after the Envato Author Fee deduction if you are a beginning author – more info on the percentages can be seen here

Basically what chilly_orange said but in a more “what happens behind the curtains” way.

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subsolar says

Hope it’s sooner because Envato is digging its own grave right now…

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subsolar says

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subsolar says

Your payment will be delayed with 2 days \\

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subsolar says

... but, but it has parallax and all that custom window scrollbars that disappear and can’t be dragged with the mouse, and at least it has parallax!

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subsolar says

OwlCarousel, every time, it’s so useful and incredibly simple to use, love it :)

Have you used the OwlCarousel 2 beta? Just curious. I risked using it in a production for my Alona theme (added only a slight fix for the adaptive height), no problems so far.

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subsolar says

Okay, a little bump 8 months later.

Do you use a slider that has proven very useful to you, maybe better that FlexSlider, bxSlider or OwlCarousel or do you still use some of them? And why?

To me it seems like OwlCarousel have the best API and Callbacks or am I mistaken?

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