Not having https on Envato sites is inexplicable in this day and age.
Am I the only one who seas the breakthrough here? This is a huge step forward…
Well, technically Dell had something like 2048×1536 15” laptops years ago, but of course Apple is going to stick fancy “Retina” tag on it and bring it to masses.
The retina MacBook Pro is basically an Air on steroids i7, 8GB Ram.. golden
But I don’t need bulky 2kg machine and such a big screen. I thought making 11” Retina screen is easier, iPad has screen size almost the same as 11” Air. I will consider buying something after I see youtube videos with W7 running on it.
No Retina Air? I am disappointed. However, it’s nice to see bump to 8gb of ram at least. So, will Windows 7 play nice with that new Retina MBP ?
As it wouldn’t be fair to users that never ask for support.
That’s a nice one. I’ve yet to see such a user)
cfb1972 saidThose themes are the worst designed & worst coded themes on the entire internet! If you really compare a membership site with the themes on here you clearly have no good taste or knowledge! Sorry for the harsh treatment, but i’m really sick how buyers like you don’t know to appreciate the value of what they get. You are getting two months of my hard work for $50 and you’re complaining! That’s scandalous and ridiculous!
Don’t want to name names but there are some places where you can get a yearly membership for less than a theme here.
Agree with Ruben. Sorry, but assuming “all you can eat” projects can even remotely match quality of elite TF authors is blasphemy. So, in fact you will be spending your hours (how much is your hourly rate?) fixing and tweaking “cheap” theme instead of just getting “expensive” TF theme and your site up & running. Buyers, please use common sense and make right choice when looking for a WP theme. Look no further than TF!
One thing I can agree with is that quality standard must be probably increased somewhat (back to previous levels). Right now main page is flooded with items that are very similar to each other, and many have low or 0 sales. It’s just a shame seeing authors wasting their opportunity to create a valuable item – had reviewers pushed them harder, they could probably come up with something better) At the same time, good and original items disappear from main page too fast now, so maybe they don’t get the exposure they deserve.
Unlike graphics or photo stock, TF sale really means some real man-hours of support work, this is no different than man-hours of factory workers to assemble an automobile (although comparison is a bit weak). Upon product launch, developers have to closely monitor feedback, possible bug reports, answer numerous customer questions and provide customization help and updates if necessary. Each pre-sales question or support ticket takes a lot of time (and, literally, money). Later on in item’s life some support functions can be delegated to dedicated people, but upon launch main developers have to spend time on it.