Up to now over 6 days, nobody answer for my ticket.
I feel disappointed and anxiety.
I need Envato staff help me.
I’ve just followed up on this, you should have a reply shortly. Thank you for your patience, and please do accept our apologies for the delay.
Kind regards, CB.
PaulSchwartz saidThis is the link to contact Support: http://support.envato.com
please, give my URL contact support
Regarding your problem, perhaps you’d like to post some rendered images of your models under “Item Discussion” ? That way you can get some feedback and clarify what areas your models might need to improve in?
Roger that! Feel free to ignore the message I’ve just sent in that case
I just tried it, working fine on my end, what browser are you getting this on? Will open the ticket for you, please check your spam folder as well within the next 5 minutes.
The bottom line is Microsoft is trying to take over your living room and, perhaps, watch what you do, and Sony is trying to snatch more gamers to the console as it seems more gamer friendly. Microsoft is trying to enter other markets and it just seems gaming isn’t as important to them as it is to Sony. I’m not bashing Microsoft or anything. Ive owned an Xbox360 and I own a PS3 … I just prefer Sony.
As a 360 owner, I must say, this is quite accurate. I find it somewhat funny that expanding to “other markets” has become their target and a “gaming console” the means to do it… They basically managed to alienate any gamer with serious privacy concerns, or simply wanting a bit of added mobility and flexibility.
I understand the DRM concept behind this, but don’t really feel it’s worth the sacrifice of privacy. What I find amusing somewhat is the fact that you’d expect Sony (as a media giant, more plagued by sharing than Microsoft, due to the simple fact that their portfolio expands into other media, not just software) to pull this move, but the paradox is that you’re getting Sony be the “cool guy” letting the children play, pay for the hardware and get kickin’ and Msft acting all “big brother” on you
Needless to say, I’m not going to buy either any time soon, as I rarely even clean up the dust off of my 360, which still is good for my limited time and gaming needs every few months or so…
Moved this to “Item Discussion”
The author got back to you explaining where the confusion lies within the Item comments. Please consider the fact that due to privacy reasons it’s not ideal to post images of your purchase/download page publicly… and on the same note, it’s against the rules to call out a particular Author on the forums.
Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with our Forum Rules found here: http://codecanyon.net/community/forum_rules
Locking this up now. Should you have any further issues, please don’t hesitate to open a ticket with Support via http://support.envato.com
Alternatively, you could also check the email associated with your account, prior to doing that, you know, for the extra benefit of knowing the reason and avoiding it in the future… (Also check the spam folder. If there’s nothing there, let me know).
Have you tried using the contact form on the profile page of the Author? If you click on his avatar, it is located on the lower-right hand side of the screen. His last reply to you was 5 days ago requiring you to contact him via email, so he most certainly is interested in helping out.
I also need to stress that the item you’re referring to is not a theme, but a php script.
Please try using the contact form I mentioned, and let us know if you’ve managed! Good luck!