As far as I know, we can’t.
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No you’re not allowed, this has been discussed before
If I change a one line of code somewhere in source code. It will be a different product from the point of view of Envato.
No it isn’t, it’s the same product with one line of code changed, do not try to break your exclusivity terms, like this, instead why not simply ask Envato what you can do under the exclusivity agreement?http://support.envato.com
Is your facebook post really getting that much coverage that you can risk going to 30% commission?
The exclusivity agreement states you cannot redistribute your item through other channels. Then again, there is some flexibility to authors, for instance, you are allowed to do this :
But it appears to be on a case by case basis so contact support for a definitive answer, otherwise you can potentially put yourself at risk of breaching your exclusivity agreement.
By this time I have not shared any of copies of my item yet. So I’m clean…
As Envato says: “You could use your own web template for your client’s website.” So I’m free to share it with my client, friend, dog, etc.