Seems pretty cut and dry to me. When you have them saying in the item comments on this site that it has feature x and it turns out it hasnt it should be very easy for envato support to check your claim and give you a refund.
squaredWeb saidHAHA so it’s easy to buy a files for free now Hurray !
RelStudios saidThere is nothing to explain – you and envato just got ripped off in this case.
Hmm. Interesting, so what if the case where buyers buys our files, use it and ask refund via paypal ? Can somebody clear this to me
Well, yes it is, but this is not envatos fault. This is the same with any kind of purchase that is handled via paypal, those things happen on ebay as well for example.l
du brauchst pro Kunde und Domain eine Lizenz, also ja, du musst für jedes WordPress Theme das du verkaufst das PSD oder HTML Template erneut kaufen.
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Hello, you need a license per user and domain, so yes, you have for each WordPress theme you sell the PSD or HTML template buy again.
As far as i know only if you ask the author and he allows it. On itself the extended license is not enough.
OriginalEXE saidso can i use it for demo only with type in the description right ?
Your problem is people may not read that it is not included and then get upset when they find out that it is not. Plus the demo must represent what is being purchased.
That’s not really correct. You don’t have to include everything you showcase in a demo in your theme/plugin.Some folks only display that their theme/plugin is compatible with another product, and if it’s clearly pointed out that the product is not included, it’s totally fine to leave it out.
No, i wouldnt. Even if it is a grey area (which i dont know it is) there is a huge difference between what most people do and what you want to do. Most people use this sort of system for free to download plugins / widgets, not for premium stuff the end user has to purchase.
Even if envato accepts your item, you better prepare for a lot of 1 star ratings and bad comments.
doru saidI suppose that probably is a long time, but all that matters is that it’s looked at eventually, no?
If the themeforest review process would take a month i would probably go insane in that time. Imagine you wait a frikking month only to get a softrejection. That is just kurulumuun!
squaredWeb saidYES, Exactly.
So you are saying an author who willingly! goes through the process of purchasing an item from a competitor only to leave a bad rating would be stopped because he has to write a comment telling everyone how much crap said item exactly is? Seriously?
Well, you have a different opinion than me on this, i can respect that.
squaredWeb said“Oh yes, I create a new account to rate an item bad and can even make affliate money. Noone will ever know who I really am !”... /irony
He might be shy of having his name displayed in public, but how hard is it to simply create a new account just for that reason – he would even make some affiliate money on that.
ever seen the line ”?ref=yourusername” ?
Good you thought this through before posting …/irony
However, forcing customers to leave a comment still poses a problem in potentially shrinking the already low rate of “real” ratings and thus giving the 1star guys even more power.