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core3d says

soz i was just messin did’nt mean anything by it.. :-) But I’m still gonna try it

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core3d says
Rewroc said
core3d said
Rewroc said
Hello Graphicriver community!

We just got our second item accepted here but when we see the preview, it looks like the automatic watermark on the preview is too strong for our light backgrounds. As an alternative we’ve already included the link to original preview in the description area but we think that importance of preview cannot be neglected. Is there anything staff can do about this?

Thank you.
What a great way to get people to look at your files, i might try this next week HeeHee….. :p

We know that we don’t even need to clarify that to you but we will, so that anyone else with the same question in mind can understand why we created the thread. Our screen showed the watermark a bit more dark than usual perhaps because our backgrounds have really light colors.

Now first of all, this is not our first item and we cannot understand your logic why would anyone want to do such an idiotic thing to gain attention. Another thing is that we know Envato community has a lot of really helping and great authors who have posted their opinions to help us. You can find them if you look at all other posts above yours. They all helped us and we removed the external link to original preview after we got convinced that it’s looking all right the way it is. Thanks again to @Patrik @quickandeasy @kaixer @cmt

Lastly and again, we believe in working and not creating irrelevant threads to gain exposure. Anyway, we cannot stop you from thinking. Please go wild with your imaginations. You have every right to do so. :)

Edit: Also, we request the mods to lock this thread so it does not not create any more discomfort.
As For It Looking Darker On A Light Background, Check This Out…...http://www.michaelbach.de/ot/lum_adelsonCheckShadow/index.html Hope It Helps, It Will Explain why you thought the watermark was dark….. ;-)
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Rewroc says
core3d said
Rewroc said
core3d said
Rewroc said
Hello Graphicriver community!

We just got our second item accepted here but when we see the preview, it looks like the automatic watermark on the preview is too strong for our light backgrounds. As an alternative we’ve already included the link to original preview in the description area but we think that importance of preview cannot be neglected. Is there anything staff can do about this?

Thank you.
What a great way to get people to look at your files, i might try this next week HeeHee….. :p

We know that we don’t even need to clarify that to you but we will, so that anyone else with the same question in mind can understand why we created the thread. Our screen showed the watermark a bit more dark than usual perhaps because our backgrounds have really light colors.

Now first of all, this is not our first item and we cannot understand your logic why would anyone want to do such an idiotic thing to gain attention. Another thing is that we know Envato community has a lot of really helping and great authors who have posted their opinions to help us. You can find them if you look at all other posts above yours. They all helped us and we removed the external link to original preview after we got convinced that it’s looking all right the way it is. Thanks again to @Patrik @quickandeasy @kaixer @cmt

Lastly and again, we believe in working and not creating irrelevant threads to gain exposure. Anyway, we cannot stop you from thinking. Please go wild with your imaginations. You have every right to do so. :)

Edit: Also, we request the mods to lock this thread so it does not not create any more discomfort.
As For It Looking Darker On A Light Background, Check This Out…...http://www.michaelbach.de/ot/lum_adelsonCheckShadow/index.html Hope It Helps, It Will Explain why you thought the watermark was dark….. ;-)

Thank you core3d. We appreciate your help. We’ll take a look. :)

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