what this means?
The review of the core business model is still going. Making a change there would be a substantial shift, and have positive and negative consequences for authors. We’ve got a major team assessing the impact, but it’s not small, and can’t be rushed. In the meantime we’re continuing to make our current approach more consistent and coherent.
“We have a major team but is not small and can’t be rushed”? Can someone that have english as main language can explain me what this means?
In actuality, it’s quite the opposite from that. The new rules have been introduced because of large corporations (I mean of course, that’s where the money is), to stop them from avoiding taxes by having their headquarters in tax havens such as Luxembourg.
are you aware that taxes and VAT are two different things? Are you also aware that this offshore country know as Luxembourg is one of the center of European institution?
So first EU let these tax heaven offshore countries exist inside EU, they create the main financial center of EU in Luxembourg and then, by asking small business to figure out where their buyers are, and force them to deal with dozens of different countries bureaucratic institutions, they fix the big corporations stolen taxes problem?
What about creating a standard fixed tax and VAT rate over the whole Europe including this Luxembourg tax heaven state?
With these new changes big corporations have the financial power to comply with the rules but one dude in his garage can’t. Result is that the dude will go out of business while bringing back the revenue to the corporations that this small dude got each month. Just dealing with ONE country bureaucracy is enough to make you mad, imagine dealing with 28 of them!
Could be the North Korea or maybe some Sony competitors who found the perfect excuse to cover up the real attacker
For people saying that VAT will only take place from 2015, here’s how my invoice from ASmallOrange from both 2013 and 2014.. and they’re from US http://prntscr.com/5hut0r . So the fact that Envato didn’t charge VAT is their problem and mistake.
here is an invoice from gog.com from a few days ago. no mention about VAT
Thanks for being here, I was looking for a solution haha, there’s this Videohive project: http://videohive.net/item/devices-mockup-kit/7129058 that won’t open with Element 3D V2 (it’s obviously a v1.6) when i try to open it AE crashes with this message “After Effects error: crash occured while invoking plug-in effect Element” is there anyway to fix that ? Or should I wait for the guy who made the project to update it to V2 ?Thanks
I’m assuming you can ask videocopilot team to check the file and see what cause the crash but I’m not sure if videohive license let you share the item source files.
Regarding the author, is not sure he will even create a v2 compatible version so instead of waiting you should contact him to see what his plans are.