I really dont see this as a support issue since it was already approved by them (the reviewer seen nothing wrong with the item anyways).
Since the author of [link removed] marks everything as spam, I would like to voice my opinion on this item.
I really do not think it serves any legitimate non-malicious purpose, and tarnishes the Envato image. I understand it was approved before going up, this is just my own personal opinion.
I would like to know what others think.
I’m looking to get a theme for my blog, an actual true blog. It seems like most the wordpress themes are geared towards photographers and not really for textual content (which is all my blog would be, as I’m a developer, not a photographer/designer).
I really just need something simple and minimalistic.
Currently I’m using the free “Carrington Text” theme but would love to have a more polished theme.
Anyone on here know of a good theme for sale, or a collection of simple themes.
My sales are always great. Thanks Envato!
I pay for my monthly subscriptions: Linode VPS , HostGator, Hulu+, Xbox Live, World of Warcraft, and OnLive. Plus a few items off other Envato authors.
I really like the new design, very awesome.
Even if you offer a demo video, and not a full working demo, given time, you will still find your products on the web, free to download. I have dealt with this many times, and I have just a small set of files, and all include PHP source, which means someone who has purchased the file has put it on the net.
99% of hosts fully honor DMCA takedown notices if sent in the right format.
Nothing much you can do really.
I get a whole load of support requests sent to me via Twitter or Facebook, and sometimes email, I always ask them to send a message via CodeCanyon so I can make sure they have purchased the item.
Seems I can’t connect to the CDN ( s3.envato.com ). It has been like this for the past hour, lots of images are not loading.
Anyone else getting this?
My head hurts…. why did you do this to me.
I live out of the city, and I was sitting on my porch listening to the sound of the “forest” around me. It got me thinking, would it be worthwhile to purchase a high quality mic to record the sound and post it here on audiojungle? Its a general forest sound, frogs, insects, owls, the occasional coyote or bobcat, but quite rich and full.
What do you think? Do you think I could makeup for the cost of a nice mic?