Well, we’ll see if Apple really does remember Steve – as if the iPad mini rumours are correct, that would directly go against one of his fundamental beliefs. Also – iPhone 5? With iOS 6 and the A6 chip, it is the SIXTH gen iPhone – that would never have happened under Steve’s watch!
Definitely wait a few weeks for those beautiful new Lumias! The Windows Phone operating system is fantastic!
Ok thanks that’s just what I needed to know!
Hey Everyone! I’m pretty new here (one active month, really), and I have a question that I think could create quite a discussion. The thing is this: PowerPoint 2007 and above allow users to embed all the fonts used in the file, to allow for total font compatibility across systems. However – can we sell a Presentation Template that includes embedded fonts, especially as everyone uses free fonts?
I’ve just uploaded my first presentation template, and I decided to simply include that this feature was available at the very end of the lengthy instructions PDF , to simply inform the user that they could choose to use this feature, if they so wished (the user would have to download the free font from the provided link first). It would be easier for both authors and the buyers if we were allowed to embed the fonts required in the file as PowerPoint intends and allows us to do, and then buyers wouldn’t have to worry at all about if they had all the required fonts installed.
But, I have no idea if we are allowed to do this or not – sure, the fonts are free, but would some piece of licensing agreement prohibit any of us from being allowed to do this? And above all – does Envato mind?
Thank you for reading and considering this, and once again I have NOT embedded any fonts in my files because of this uncertainty!
Yes, extremely quiet so it seems! I’m glad there was a post to at least hint at confirming my suspicions!
Haha yes it is! Glad I chose GraphicRiver!
Nice calc Env1ro!!!
Wow I wish I was in this bundle… though a bit ambitious considering this is only my third proper week on Envato!
Surprisingly, Microsoft Office Picture Manager is fantastic for quick and bulk picture resizes and edits – it’s so quick to load that I use it to display all images instead of photo gallery, and the menus are relatively tidy.
Best thing is… it should already be installed on your computer!