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you can contact me with more details: hello@alextintea.com

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If I understood well from the link you provided, you cannot sell the photos here, even include them to your files because it’s non-commercial licence. I might be wrong, but your link says so. :)

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Envato – According to… books!

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The books are in Spanish but it still count! :bigsmile:

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never give up! create new files, get inspired, look for tutorials. W all have rejected files, the key is to never give up! ;)

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The best one is the 35th! :bigsmile:

35. They can’t go to a restaurant without secretly critiquing the menu design.

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@artorius actually I enjoyed it! :bigsmile:

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So you can’t say that they (Envato) intentionally got your items and sold it on whatever price.

I agree with you with that, and with the fact that it’s not a waste of time to complete the form, what I meant was that they should be helping right now and trying to solve this and not just let real_texelart make all the work.

I could have expressed myself better, :) and I’m sorry if you felt that I was treating you with disrespect, I wasn’t..

@real_texelart Mucha suerte, si necesitas ayuda con el idioma puedes contar conmigo u otros miembros de la pagina ya que hay bastante gente aqui que sabe castellano. Espero que se resuelva pronto.. ;)

English ( Good luck, if you need help with language you can count on me or other members of the marketplace because there are many people who know Spanish here. I hope it will be resolved soon. )

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^ I said maybe because I don’t know what real_texelart wants. If I were in his place I would definitely want a higher price for my work, they don’t have the right to put a price to any of my item and sell it, unless I become an author on Envato.

I made the difference between copying and stealing because when somebody steals something from you, you don’t have the item. In this case real_texelart, texelart, envato and buyers have his files so it’s not stealing like stealing from real life.

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When in real life someone steals something from you, you go to the police or a lawyer.

It’s different from “real life” because texelart didn’t steal the item, he copied it and real_texelart still have the original one. He can’t just delete them from the marketplace because he and the staff already made money from it and now real_texelart deserves a compensation from the user who uploaded the item or/and Envato.

Correct me if I’m wrong, but it’s just how I see it. :)

@real_texelart buena suerte! no te preocupes, seguro que se va a resolver pronto!

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and also give you all the profits the sales have made to that point

Maybe he wanted to sell these items for much more money that Envato did. I think he doesn’t just deserve the profits the sales have made.

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This is what I don’t get, why real_texelart have to loose his time now sending documents and stuff to Envato, while not only a user make money from his work, but Envato does it too. I understand that Terms & Conditions say so, but he was not a member of the marketplaces and did not accept anything.

Here is where staff is being unprofessional :notfunny:

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