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RaidenSC says

Where can I see my author type? I mean exclusive or non-exclusive I really forgot what I check. And if I make an individual site for some one and at the design I put my themeforest link I still have the exclusive author? I mean I don’t have a site or a portfolio.

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lordthemes says

You have “Exclusive Author” Badge :D
Here is the link where you can edit your account type: http://themeforest.net/user/lordthemes/exclusivity/edit
You must have something like this: “Your account is set up as: Exclusive Author”

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RaidenSC says

Thank you lordthemes. Problem solved.

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