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infuse01 says

Hi everybody,

I was currently surfin around on themeforest, watching some various items and also had a closer look on the current bundle as the question came up why PSD Templates are sold on Themeforest and not as other items with the same nature (graphics) on graphicriver.

I find it somehow confusing to see a “Template” in a bundle which actually isn’t really usable except you plan to slice it and code it into a proper website.

Please, I really hope I’m not insulting anybody (especially not the PSD Template Authors) but I would suggest to move them over to graphicriver with a link in the TF Navigation Bar like “Plugins” have – and handle them as graficriver items in the future.

What do you think?

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infuse01 says

Anyone?

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GraphiCandy says

I somewhat agree. I’m a GR author, and I am in the process of making PSD web designs, since I don’t have time to code anything at the moment. I actually was just in the process of figuring out where the heck I upload my files, and found myself on ThemeForest. Interesting.

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