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MyNameIsMatthew says

First question.
I have item (for example) who have two working modes, flash and html5 (working as one software).
I can upload this same item to codecanyon and activeden?

And similar question.
Item is extensionable. I can upload skins and plugins for my item to activeden and codecanyon?
Item is 50/50 html5/flash.

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ToivoMedia says

I believe it’s totally fine to do that, whichever items are appropriate for the different marketplaces. And you can link to the related items on each item page. “Double dipping” items is allowed, I’ve got basically identical camouflage textures on graphic river and 3d ocean.

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MyNameIsMatthew says

Thank You for answer :)

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MSFX Volunteer moderator says

double dipping is encouraged where you put an items design on GR then its template on TF for example but i’m not sure about THE SAME item being on both sites… wait until staff have clarified that one…

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glutenfree4u says

I’ve seen many items for example, one on CodeCanyon that is HTML5, and one on ActiveDen that is Flash.

Or even both on Code Canyon, one as a WP plugin and the other as JavaScript.

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wpthemers says

My experience says NO! You can only upload it to one marketplace. The OP specifically said that it is one software.

For example a HTML5 video player which uses both JS and Flash technology can only be submitted to CC.

However a PSD can be submitted to GR an it’s coded version to TF. Which both serves different purpose.

So the end of story is, if multiple platform is working together to provide a single software, then it can be uploaded to a single marketplace only as a single item. But if the same is ported to a different platform altogether then it can be uploaded to it’s specific marketplace as a separate item.

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pezflash says

About the first question, don’t even bother to upload to AD.

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wpthemers says

About the first question, don’t even bother to upload to AD.

True story. Flash is almost dead when it comes to general web purpose.

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IngeniousArtist says

I have done that, but not sure about completely giving the same thing. For Ex- You can get my textures as a pack of 5 textures in GR. You can buy them seperately as stock photos in PD
And you can also buy them as an Action on GR! :D

But as you can see, there is a small difference ;)

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MyNameIsMatthew says


About the first question, don’t even bother to upload to AD.
True story. Flash is almost dead when it comes to general web purpose.

I think flash (actionscript applications) are good way as alternative to browsers without html5 support.
Okay, We still wait for staff reply.

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