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USEYOURHEAD says

I noticed some changes on ThemeForest and I bet there is ONE page documenting everything. I can’t find it.

Looks like theme documentation is all in standard template. That is wonderful. But I just spent hours looking for a link to my theme’s support forum. It was not in the /documentation/index.html file.

I searched the web and found the separate support, but author’s support forum wants a license number and will not accept the API Number. The license code is now an API number. correct? My site’s support forum still wants a license number.

If there is a new standardization … I would like to check it before I leave comments or email authors.

Just trying to make this easy for everyone. Hope someone can give me a link to understand all these changes … without my having to search through pages and pages of forums to find it.

Appreciate anyone taking the time to respond.

Many thanks, April

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