Lovely, looking forward to the updates. Not sure this is intentional but you may want to push “When is this happening” towards the first paragraph. While reading, I kept trying to checkout the new features and not finding them only to realize towards the end that it’s all coming next week
I hope I don’t jinx myself but so far this is my best month. Experiencing slight bursts. Though due to holidays, I’m guessing the lucky streak is going to come to an end soon and it will be just another average month for me.
Got niche items too, so I’m going to conclude that greenline’s advice is the best one in this thread
What we believe is based upon our perceptions.
What we perceive depends upon what we look for.
What we look for depends on what we think.
What we think depends on what we perceive.
What we perceive determines what we take to be true.
What we take to be true is our reality. —Gary Zukav
Thanks saijogeorge! If it weren’t for you, today would have just come and gone like any other day. I’d have missed this once in a life time opportunity of watching the date and time line up in perfect numerical order lol
There is no other reason to care about the comment. It does not affect the product or it’s use in any way. If you can’t live with such a notice then you should get charged for that.
Actually, the client didn’t agree to these terms. The terms they agreed to are in the license ( regular or extended). You can’t just add clauses outside the license and expect the buyer to abide. It’s really as simple as that.
How should you (the author) live from the products you sell otherwise, if you do not have a extremely popular script? See the calulation. You need some extra money. And we thought that this is a fair way.
That’s quite irrelevant and is no excuse to cheat buyers by introducing imaginary terms with the sole purpose of nagging the buyer into paying you compensation for removal. No can do, I’m afraid
vbulletin is also a poor excuse and irrelevant because they have these terms clearly stated in the license agreement.
1.2 Notices. The Software must contain vBulletin Solutions’ copyright and other proprietary notices that appear on or in the Software, unless a Branding Free License is purchased.
I do sincerely hope you get an official response.
Of coure you can do that. You just sell the license to use your script, but that does not mean that it is copyright notice free. If you want to have a copyright notice in your script (visible or not visible) then you can do that.
Right, but you’ve already licensed the work. What your doing now is forcing new terms on your buyer. I’m quoting below what you are doing :
You are NOT allowed to remove, edit or change this copyright information or it’s position.
The above needs to be in the license they are buying (regular/extended) prior to purchase and not something the buyer discovers after sale.
Keep in mind that IANAL and this is my personal understanding of how licensing works. I’ve requested staff reply as they are the only ones that can provide a definitive answer.
None of the licenses (regular or extended) mention the limitations your imposing on your buyers. You can’t require people to pay you for removing the copyright clause. It’s as simple as that
Quite frankly, what your doing is quite invasive IMO and will only bring more problems than solving anything for you.
A disgruntled client is bad business, period.
wtf ? Insane cartoon! Happy birthday man
Show things like, “People who viewed this, also viewed this item” This is what other sites do, why can’t Envato think out the box more. There’s so much potential to make an amazing marketplace.
One of the best pieces of advice I’ve read in this entire thread. I still don’t see why we can’t have what you just suggested whilst keeping the new menu introduced.
We looked at the analytics and found that while existing signed-in members frequently use the site switcher and the footer to navigate between the marketplaces, only a tiny number of new visitors use them (and they were more likely to use the footer links, which are more visible).
Some of you are redesigning yet another dropdown menu. Others have suggested fading out all menu items and keeping only the active menu in full opacity. Why ? The issue is one of branding and bringing the marketplaces closer. The menu items need to be visible in plain sight. This is what the research conducted shows.
Others have said we need a shopping cart and this change makes no sense without. On the contrary, to me it seems we’re headed exactly there. They appear to have started with enforcing the Envato brand (new logo ), SSO ( single sign-on), a new hub site and now the current step is brand consolidation across the board.
There have been many updates recently but these specific updates seem connected and IMO lead to a shopping cart, so let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Give it time.