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bbbkkk says

I red in themeforest wiki that every item here for sell needs documentation . But what documentation can have Psd file ? What should I write ? I found something about this here :

http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/help-file-documentation-problem/13376

Segen says in that thread : ” Declare fonts used and links if free. Describe your layer structure. Additionally you can add color codes for design. That’s about it. ” Can somebody write something more about it?

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eanki says

Write a .txt file or a .html file explaining whoever buys your file how te file is organized and resources you have used in it that are not available in the file he bough:

- The PSD files is well organized in named groups. All layers are named.

-I ahve used several custom fonts that are available at xxx.com

stuff like that…. Mention everything that you find is relevant for the customer

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fillerspace says

The free file of the month for November was a PSD . The docs just said there is one PSD per page, and the name of the font. I guess that’s all you need!

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