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I’m experimenting with the Envato API and I can’t see a way to get all the items from a specific category. At least I can’t see how from the documentation.

It should be possible I think from what I see the guys at Marketopia have done. HoweverI’m not sure if they use the official API..

So can someone help here or give a suggestion. Thanks! :)

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It will be best to post your problem on their github page. They are pretty fast with answering all kind of issues.

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I’m on Level 6, But from where did you got the Percentage info?

I calculated it. It’s not shown anywhere anymore. Even the Envastats plugin is showing a wrong one.

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An interesting thread. I’m in! :D

I’m on 62%

And the award:

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Won a racing competition!

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Duh… Ctrl+Shift+R and they are back :nerdy:

Sorry for the spam.

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Okay, you all knew that a thread like this is coming..

Am I the only one with missing icon font here?

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@Unyson @ThemeFuse

Is it possible to add/remove project fields from the portfolio extension and customize it?

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@EskiLabs

Yes, you are totally right but let’s not forget that how the authors utilize the framework is completely up to them.

I always make my themes as easy for the users as I can and at the same time give them enough out of the box functionality to customize them. I don’t even implement page builders as trendy as they are today.

I mean I could grab this framework, maybe even use the page builder in some non-bloated way and sill make a theme that’s easy for the end user.

And yes I understand Envato as now it’s full of bloated themes and the customers feel overwhelmed.

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Why a framework like Unyson is in a process of thinking over if it will be permitted? It’s one of the best framework at the moment.

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Yes, it’s always been this way, but the new changes change the way you report your taxes. If you have an item that sells for $18 and you get 50% of the sale, than you normally would report $9. Well with the recent changes, you now need to report that you earned $14.40 and $5.22 is an expense for the author fee. Hope that helps explain :)

@StencilMedia

Well isn’t it that when you report $14.40 instead of $9, you pay more taxes..

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