Wow! This is great news! Have been waiting for this feature for years now! Great move. Thanks a lot!
Great news. I fear that a lot of potential audiojungle customers will be even more confused now which license to choose, though.
I hope that we all will still benefit from these new license types!
Cubase Artist 7.5
Awesome news! Haven’t had a single sale for a few days now, though…
music should start slowly rising. Music rise should be very good. and music to tell a post-war peace. orchestral
Hi, you may have a listen to my pack here:http://audiojungle.net/item/epic-trailer-pack-xxl/4941211
Every track in this package (of course all available as single items, too) start slowly and rise nicely. All orchestral, epic cinematic
I’ve been selling hardly anything for about 3 months now – with permanently falling tendency. Although I’m doing the same promotion for my stuff on twitter etc. as usual. Very frustrating, actually. Hope sales numbers will rise again next month or so…
Same mess here… Please fix it soon – this is definitely causing sales problems! I want customers to see my latest pieces first!
thanks a lot Marco
Worst month in sales for me for a long long time… Dezember was bad, January even worse. Hope sales will rise again next month
The question is, why do you even check themes on IE8?
It’s your duty to tell your client, with IE8 support, comes great performance drawbacks and compatibility issues.IE8: less than %7: http://gs.statcounter.com/#browser_version_partially_combined-ww-monthly-201212-201312
You are absolutely right. But that’s a completely different story. My point is: about 80-90% of the themes (I mainly checked HTML templates) offered here that are marked here as being IE8 compliant are not. The info in the description they are compatible when they are actually not is misleading, extremely annoying for customer and simply wrong. Being a customer myself in this marketplace, too, I have made the experience during the last few days that I actually wasted at least two whole evenings checking themes if they are really IE8 compatible.
I’m graphicsriver and audiojungle author, too. It’s the same as if I wrote that a graphics file I’m offering there is compatible with Photoshop CS3 although it’s actually not and only fine with CS6 or if I give in the description of an audio file that it’s seamlessly looping although it’s not.
So please understand my problem in the role of a themeforest customer here.