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Aw_Shucks says
You’re thanking him for proving you wrong?

He provided proof of actuality in regards to the licenses that Envato established for buying and selling files from their businesses. I thanked him for helping me understand.

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CodingJack says

I’m wondering what’s the reasoning behind making some file types usable and others not.

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Orbital_Themes says
I’m wondering what’s the reasoning behind making some file types usable and others not.

I’ll give you the clearest example: you made a PSD website template, publish it on TF and start working on converting it to HTML or Wordpress. In the meantime some freakin’ fast coder buys your file on extended license, codes it and releases it before you.. You are screwed!

On the other hand GR backgrounds are permitted to be used in TF templates (via extended license) because you know… the background doesn’t make the website template… And this is why people make backgrounds or icons – the best way to make money with such items is sell them to someone making templates on extended license :)

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