SecondLine saidReview team had been busy with recent security updates related to prettyPhoto XSS issue.
No disrespect/anger whatsoever, but I see some kind of irregularities in the reviewing process..
On June 27 – 16 items were reviewed Between June 28th and July 1st, 20 items were reviewed.Looks like it dropped significantly or am I totally missing something here? What’s Envato’s “optimal” release rate for WP themes for instance? 5-10 items per day or way less?
^ This is the main reason. Please be patient while we get things back to normal.
Can anyone can recommend a pre paid sim without a contract? I need mainly a data plan and it should work on the east and west side
I always use T-Mobile when I visit US and I have no complains: http://www.t-mobile.com/cell-phone-plans/mobile-internet.html — The last time I paid $60 + Nano-SIM + tax.
You can go to any T-Mobile shop and ask there.
PS: Though I think Verizon has better data coverage.
Only english is allowed in the forums. If you want to request a refund go ahead and lodge a ticket: https://help.market.envato.com/hc/en-us/articles/202821460-Can-I-Get-A-Refund-
Hey guys and gals!
It has been a while. My girlfriend and I are going to visit the United States this summer. We are currently booked only the flight from Salzburg (AUT) to New York and will return five weeks later from San Francisco.
We have about a month to travel through the states and have only a few spots on our list already (Las Vegas, Grand Canyon, Pacific cost Highway,...)
I wonder what you guys can suggest to visit and which “hot spots” we can bypass?Thanks in advance!
Vegas: You need to see the Fountains at the Bellagio. It’s truly magnificent. Vegas is a remarkable city. How many days do you plan to stay in Las Vegas?
New York: Fifth Av., Top Of The Rock, Statue of Liberty, Apple @ 5th Av, Central Park, Brooklyn Bridge, National September 11 Memorial & Museum (the pools at night are way better).