There are definitely some strange bugs going on here. Or are they…?
Noticed this too. I’ve asked for staff reply…
Great! I like any new useful addition to the site. Thank you.
Congrats! Absolutely deserved.
Just a hint for Envato staff… You have enough candidates for featured authors for quite a few next months here in this thread…
It took two hours. Little pain is a part of the ritual:) I am in no way a fan of self-harm, but this pain is something I enjoy. If the tattoing would be painless, it would lost a part of its magic.
Wow, only two hours! I would expect much more time was needed. You are right about the pain part in tattoing… Even so, life has enough pain already, so, no tatooing for me!
...Questions about review policy come up fairly often and I’d like to reassure everyone that any changes or additions made to the GraphicRiver upload policy will be shared with the community before they’re implemented.
If that is so, I would like to ask, when and where was shared that you can upload Preview Image Sets bigger than 900×900px? Knowledgebase still says that you can not do that, yet I see many items with much bigger preview sets. I can still remember how one of my items (now bestselling) was once initially hard rejected just because it has preview set 1000×1000px instead of 900×900px. These days I see many items with huge preview sets, like 2000px and such. You see, it’s a huge waste of time when you’re working on a standard set of web elements on 960 grid or so, and then you have to rearrange the elements on a new file just to show those effectively on a 900×900px preview. Please, don’t get me wrong, it’s great if preview sets can now be of any size you want, however, if that is not the case, it’s kind of not fair if only a few authors are allowed to get them through, while others are soft or even hard rejected.
By the way, it would be great if you could implement a newsletter relevant to authors only. This would be a perfect place for announcing any new rules plus other relevant stuff, updates on the site and excerpts from Knowledgebase to remind authors about the rules they might have forgotten (this one would also be a chance to adjust any false/outdated info or inconsistency). Newsletter for authors would also, in my humble opinion, eliminate the need for making time consuming videos (like the one you made last month); I’m not saying it wasn’t a nice advertisement video, though.
Thanks for your reply, hoanggiang12. I know I can do that, however, I would like to know what others think about the topic. Of course, it would be great if staff could write their part about it too. It would be much easier for me to make some proper decisions regarding GR.