Posts by zerostrikes

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zerostrikes
says

Hello,

The author of Themize has most probably decided to remove the item. Authors are free to remove their items and once deleted, they can’t be restored according to the policy.

You may want to try to get in touch with the author of the theme of course.

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zerostrikes
says

80 posts
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  • Has sold $5,000+ on Envato Market
  • Has referred 1+ members
zerostrikes
says

Thanks KingDog!

- starts browing Envato Studio -

80 posts
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zerostrikes
says

Redirecting to author’s support portal: 2 minutes
Providing CSS solution: 17 seconds

But you’re right, lesson learned.

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zerostrikes
says

I’m not sure if this is allowed but I asked for a staff member to reply.

If it’s allowed, the best thing to do is to at least tell the service provider at Envato Studio that you’ll be using the design for a theme that you’re going to sell. I think the only one who decides about the rights is the service provider. An advice would be to make an agreement with him/her, so that if you earn billions with it, the service provider can’t claim extra fees. You can of course make a deal that a specific % is for the service provider as well.

If it’s allowed, you most probably can’t get a refund from the service provider if your product is rejected. Meaning that you’ll have to take the risk.

80 posts
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zerostrikes
says

Try this:

tm-slider-right div { padding: 0 20px; /* or padding: 20px; if you want padding on the top and bottom as well */ }

Please note that this is a general forum. You could better contact the author of the theme if you have questions regarding the Saffron theme.

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zerostrikes
says

Edit: never mind.

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zerostrikes
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Let’s keep this thread up and alive. :)

Yep! :)

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zerostrikes
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To whom You target This statement? Envato completely not listening to customers. Just look at the help topics – they are from 2010-2013 … wordpress Requirements 2013 … You’re talking to Yourself….

I understand what you’re saying but I’m sharing my concerns and ideas for this marketplace, because I think that – if things go on like this – the marketplaces look a lot more empty in terms of traffic and sales in a couple of months. It’s not a threat towards Envato, it’s just based on common sense and using the lessons I’ve learned in Economics and History class.

@All, thanks for your support so far!

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zerostrikes
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I think KingDog made it pretty clear that, as far as Envato is concerned, nothing is wrong at the moment.

So we can all go back to sleep again, because someone says nothing is wrong at the moment, despite the fact that a lot of authors are telling something else.

And of course Envato isn’t concerned. As long as they get the money from the top 5 selling items, ‘there’s nothing to worry about’.

It’s not about Envato and Authors, but Envato and Individuals. A lot of individuals notice that things are going wrong here. They obviously start asking questions and share their concerns.

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