Since I’m an exclusiv author I’m not allowed of selling or give away one of my items outside the marketplace.
But if I give away an item before I release it here it should be ok.Am I’m wrong?
I’m no expert but I remember reading somewhere that you can’t post items that are from a tutorial/ free(share) ware to envato.
KingDog saidlol. It’s linked to wrong url now: It should be:
I’ll pass it on. Thanks for letting us know
Just want to let the envato staff know that the eCommerce category link on CC is not working. It’s linked to ”#”.
The sub category links are working fine.
lol. You forgot the “finding girlfriend” thread.
I know this is a long shot. But I’ve checked it on windows before reading the complete description and saw the exact same layout error. It’s because I’d the browser zoomed out at 90%. At 100% everything is fine
yes..saw the movie. loved it and definitely one of the most underrated movies along with despicable me. Waiting for DM 2.
+1 to this thread. CC item prices are very low compared to other market places.
In a way when it comes to TF, both CC and GR items are same as a TF author can buy extended license on either of the market place and then include them in their own theme. But a GR extended license is 15 times the regular one wher as the CC one is just 5 times, which makes no sense. They should atleast maintain uniformity across marketplaces.
One more thing to note is the price comparison between GR and CC items. For eg. a video player mock-up on GR costs ~$5 where as a fully functional CC video player with multiple themes and assets costs ~$8-10. So, if a CC author wants assets for his video player from GR, it costs $75. Meanwhile a TF author can simply buy the full player for just $50 along with the assets.
It doesn’t seem to be fair at all.