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BrianCoyDesign says

Sounds like a price increase for those items needs to happen.

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INDUSTRYKIDZ says

price increase for sure

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mudi says

Also about photoshop image actions. If a buyer of image actions is a pro photographer and he uses these actions again and again for commercial photography then why not extended license or maybe he is providing service of certain image effect.

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Keenpixel says

I think the extended license is still necessary in some cases. Say I’m a web developer who’s creating a template or theme that will be sold multiple times? Normally you would have to pay a fee to use a resource in this manner, whether it’s a “tool” or not. Am I wrong in thinking this?

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mrcharlesbrown says

Wow, I just noticed the ‘Extended License’ removal now. I haven’t been on for a while.

The removal of the extended license is not very encouraging and can demoralize a good number of authors from creating add-on files. Let us remember that 55% of every item created using Photoshop contains one or two elements under add-on category and a good number of buyers usually use our items for their commercial projects. The question is… ‘if the add-on extended license option has been deactivated, how can they use our items for their commercial projects without breaking Envato license code and the owner’s copyright authority?’

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Koolgfx says

I am speechless!

I am really very disappointed and sad about the fact that I’m forced to abandon the creation of add-ons.

I’ll wait an official response from the staff!

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JamiGibbs says

In an attempt to keep this conversation in one place, I locked this thread and pointed everyone here. Carry on. :)

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Giallo says

I’ve had honest buyers buying extended licences for styles and actions…with all the improvements and suggestions there are still to do, this was the last one in my opinion.

Giving somebody the chance to buy the extended license is just something out of honesty, something should have stayed there, since the only risk is that somebody purchase honestly.

By the way, why you did that? Because people mistakenly click the extended license and want refunds? or just to clean the backend?

A tool wich let’s you make hundreds of graphics costs 2 times less than one graphic, that doens’t have much sense to me

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brunomantria says

It makes sense after all. There will be an increase in the price as expected. But, it is great though. :-)

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survivor says

Still no word from staff to answer our questions?

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