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enFusionThemes says

Complete Agree with you, it really sucks, I had my items rejected because they were not “unique” and I saw items made by 2 year kids approved the same day.

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ToivoMedia says

Complete Agree with you, it really sucks, I had my items rejected because they were not “unique” and I saw items made by 2 year kids approved the same day.

There aren’t many 2 year old kids on the marketplace, so clearly those items were more unique.

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MonikaM says

Whoever flagged my post as inappropriate… Bravo! Well done!

I come here after more than six months to express something that is solely an observation, I get censorship. A censorship for a sentence or two on an overpriced subpar items! If my post will remain hidden or even get removed, then I guess I know even more where I stand regarding GR.

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MonikaM says

I´m really able to understand the feelings of the “older” authors here which deny to design and upload new items due to the fact, that a majority of those new authors is copying, not creating! And this is really sad.

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dekurvajo says

Whoever flagged my post as inappropriate… Bravo! Well done!
Oh, really. I dont know it was something like that:
“Wow, I didn’t expect GR will ever go this way… You obviously don’t need to learn much or have much skills these days to get your work up here. Just saw [an item] for $5. :O”
Finders, keepers! ;)
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Dzinc says

Hi guys, while we do appreciate all the feedback, in order to abide by Forum Rules, we kindly ask everyone to remain respectful of fellow authors, and please refrain from calling out specific items. Thanks!

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grandelelo says

Hi friends… i’m author of graphicriver for 2 years. i’ve never seen before like this. Very very very very low quality files. before one year ago there was a quality but now reviewers accepting everything. no quality no election. because of this i’m not making designs for graphicriver for some months. when reviewers start to separating quality files.

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yaniv-k says

Hey guys, I have to say that I sadly agree :( , the quality became really really poor! and its bad for everyone….. low quality brings customers abandon.

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MonikaM says

Wow, I didn’t expect GR will ever go this way… You obviously don’t need to learn much or have much skills these days to get your work up here. Just saw [an item] for $5. :O

Oh well, this all came out completelly out of the context and awkward. I know the rules and try to obey them, and so I think the flag and the brackets weren’t necessary here. I actually didn’t indicate any name or give any link to any item. As far as I recall, I’ve only used a few keywords [removed], not an actual name of the item or anything like that.

Anyhow, my point here wasn’t to show disrespect. I was just rather surprised by some accepted items, which was made by use of the Photoshop [term] effect. I still remember how strict (but right) was once this marketplace regarding the use of such effects in items for sale. It was clearly stated that one can not just open a Photoshop, pick a couple of colors from a pallet, choose a given effect from drop down menu, and voila… “There you have it!”.

Apparently this and many other rules, are almost completely gone. This place was once full of talented, creative and skillful designers. Now, it’s turning into something completely different. And, yes, I have to agree with most of the comments in this thread.

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Alexlasek says

It seems that someone doesn’t like you Monika. Nearly every post flagged, not bad lol

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