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survivor says

Never happend to me, but may be the CS5 is trying to tell You “Hey c’mon, upgrade me, did You know I have younger brothers? CS6, CC and CC2014?

:D

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survivor says

I think that now is erything ok

Not for me…

@ejoubaud thx for clarification

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survivor says

12 for me also :o

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survivor says


May be a little off topic, but if I’m the seller from the beggining (2011 for me) I assume, that I’m wrongly paying income taxes. Let me explain, how am I doing it.

For example:

I made 1000$ in sales and Envato has sended me 700$ on my Paypal. Because of the fact, that I always thought this is the commision, I use 700$ as my income from Envato.

BUT! If I’m in reallity the seller from my beginning in 2011, shouldn’t I write 1000$ as income and 300$ as expense? It may seem the same, that final income is 700$ again, but it is a huge difference for me as I can’t use expenses when paying income taxes, because of different tax model.

Any confirmation on this?

Thank You
Yes, that is one of the problems that arise with the big question: Who is the seller and how can you prove that

Hmm, ok so now I need to read again TOS from 2011 when I was signing up, anyone has the link for the older Envato TOS please?

1072 posts
  • Has sold $40,000+ on Envato Market
  • Made it to the Authors' Hall of Fame
  • Contributed a tutorial on Tuts+
  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
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survivor says

May be a little off topic, but if I’m the seller from the beggining (2011 for me) I assume, that I’m wrongly paying income taxes. Let me explain, how am I doing it.

For example:

I made 1000$ in sales and Envato has sended me 700$ on my Paypal. Because of the fact, that I always thought this is the commision, I use 700$ as my income from Envato.

BUT! If I’m in reallity the seller from my beginning in 2011, shouldn’t I write 1000$ as income and 300$ as expense? It may seem the same, that final income is 700$ again, but it is a huge difference for me as I can’t use expenses when paying income taxes, because of different tax model.

Any confirmation on this?

Thank You

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  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
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survivor says

says, that this part of his 20 years old advertisement is really nice and must stay as it is. (it’s my recent project for driving school) :D

Edit: and it is used 3 times on the same advertisement

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survivor says

I was also somehow angry about it, but on the other side, that rule of 900×900px is here for long time and the height was just overlooked by reviewers until now.

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survivor says

Yes, they are more strict for the height now, so your images can’t be bigger then 900×900 px. Also had this problem with one new item.

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survivor says

Did You carve Pumpkins for Halloween? Lets share what You did this year.

I did these two with the help of my 7 years old daughter.

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survivor says

Shadows don’t lie :)

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