This point i understand with the list of fonts in some file with description…but this: “Your file does not document fonts used.” ??
My item was rejected with this reasons: 1. Your file does not document fonts used. 2. Non-standard fonts should always be documented in the item description AND inside a help file within your main .zip file.
What can i do?
Ok. Thank you very much!
Do you know some particular sites: photos with movie scenes (royalty-free license) ?
Oh…thats true what you say….but… i dont know where i can find some good pictures with movie scenes with royalty-free license…in our asset library we dont find that pictures…
for IMDB ….i find this….May I use a photo from your site for my web site or publication?
Most of the photos on our site are licensed to us for our own use only. We do not have the authority to sublicense them to others. Photos on our site may be licensed directly from the license holders. For photos from “our Studio Friends,” you’ll need to contact the studio or production company. We recommend contacting the publicity department for current releases and the home video department for older films. For most movies, there is a “company credits” link near the top of the lefthand column on the film’s listing. That will provide the name of the studio(s) and companies involved with making the film. Please note that many of our “posters” for older films are actually just scans of their video or DVD packaging. We cannot sublicense those images. Please contact the appropriate studio.
Ok! I understand that. What can i do? But where i can find some photos with movie scenes with watermark?
I need to use some pictures with movie scenes from imdb.com – Outnow.ch to illustrate something for preview. These images dont have watermark…what can i do?
My first question…if you look up…we see this: Its any chance to upload a print template worked in only in QuarkXPress, not in ID?
Not a proportion…or something else…
I know what you say about Q vs ID….but i tell you…more people work in Quark…not 50%...maybe 25% or 15%...