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contempoinc says

I agree with Oxylus, it’s definitely not right and doesn’t make any sense allowing this

@ Jeffrey – I think instead of hoping authors would remove the psd once they’ve uploaded a coded version, the psd should be removed before the coded version is approved.

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elisent says

Let me know what you guys will decide. Even if I stand by my position on this one, if you guys keep allowing this, we’ll have to go with the flow and sell our templates as .psds as well.

On a side note, I stopped uploading on the .psd side because I didn’t agree with the way the files were judged. I would perfectly understand if my files are below the high standards if these high standards would apply to all files. When I saw so many really simple or badly designed pages approved it made no sense for me to go on even if some of my uploads were clearly better (and most got rejected). I’m in no way trying to complain, I’m just saying that the .psd section should indeed only contain amazing top notch designs. By my standards, even the templates we have online in that section don’t belong there, along with 70% of the rest.