Email me through my profile with how much this gig is worth to you.
Or just stop advertising parallax as a feature because it’s not. It’s a nuisance and the performance hit affects UX, all for an effect that has no material foundation in web design.
There should be a time penalty for submitting files that are beyond salvaging. If you waste the reviewers time and slow down the queue with a previously hard rejected item that had no chance, you shouldn’t be able to submit for 2-4 weeks. Let’s be honest, you’re not going to magically sprout design skills in that time frame. The queue is way too slow and now we know why.
There’s virtually no difference between Windows and OS X in Photoshop other than the 2 text rendering options (which are native to each respective platform). Your problem lies elsewhere.
Sad is when a family starves to death in Africa not when a rich guy dies in a Porsche, probably because of speed. So much ignorance in this world.
This “rich guy” was at a charity event raising money for the typhoon victims and wasn’t the one driving the car. Nice informed opinion you have there. So much ignorance, indeed.
You asked for opinions. Overwhelmingly, just about everyone thought it didn’t make any sense to reward authors for something they should be doing in the first place. Sorry if you’re upset that people didn’t agree with you. If everyone who thought the idea was silly didn’t say anything, you’d hardly get a representative response. Sorry if you were offended by my use of the term “silly” – but that was the nicest way I could find to express that opinion. It was not meant as an insult to you personally.
I respect & accept divergence of opinions, I only get upset when someone is arrogant or rude, I was trying to teach you proper manners but you don’t seem to want to listen,you’re not a reviewer and your opinion is good to know but not valuable in terms of credibility.
Their credibility lies in their experiences on the marketplaces. You, on the other hand, still need to earn credibility by creating good products rather than trying to teach a moderator “proper manners” when all they, along with the others who responded, did is disagree with your ludicrous idea.
Just turned 20.
Or you could just learn how to code a theme and do it yourself the way you want it and keep 100% of the commission. Avoid reinventing the wheel as if your themes will be worth investing in and waiting rather just grabbing a finished theme off the shelf. Don’t take it personally, it just doesn’t make sense when there’s thousands of themes that are almost 100% likely to look like yours.