Thank you guys.
I just figured this happened right after I received a new referral comission. Which is currently my only balance lol.
Yeah I just did. I hope it was a slight technical issue. Still, if it was technical, I might wonder why it was only me affected..
The thing is, even if I was jacked, I can see the past payouts/withdrawals. There’s also no record of that. My money just became air.
And yes I think it’s a big issue.
My account balance had some money in it. But now it has went low to $10. about $150 has been just disappeared.
Anyone else experienced this, any does anyone know why?
Well it’s because with jquery, we can develop ajax based things much faster & easier and we be preparing more interactive products =)
It’s easy as that.
@gnaciogggg: if you trust your work quality, I can assure you can quit every other work or project or your ideas about putting your themes on your site, and prepare stuff for TF and increase your life standard only with TF
this place is capable for that. I mean I’m experiencing it at the moment =) TF gives pretty much of the comission already
Well on your birthday, a guy with claws like on the TF logo will shop up on your door. And no I’m not telling what the gift is then lol
@BroOf: Haha yes! I do!
Jeffrey, You’re totally making the point with Adobe sample. But if somehow my work is ripped with ease and when it comes to my own effort, I’m sure it will be depressing for me, like BroOf said.
My “save as” term was deliberate. I mean anyone who is passionate for ripping the whole work can do it at the end, but surely he will end up with a horrible cracked imitation of it.
But it’s always easier to save the preview file with the assets and all you will need to do is change the header graphic and logo. Voila, the work is easily ripped in 2 steps.
I’m always watermarking the visual items I create, but when it comes to the html templates category, I’m assuming we need to use obfuscator or tools similar to that.
I always look more positive about this when the items are for wordpress or dynamic content management systems because the ripper will have to work pretty hard and buying the item for a couple of bucks is way easier. It’s not the same for the HTML templates.
Enough said, maybe It’s me being a little paranoid but eventually, we all need our copyright protected right?=)
I personally think unless your theme is for an engine like Joomla or Wordpress, it is a high risk of the viewer to “save as” your work and use it without purchasing.
I have my two templates which I REALLY want to put on live preview. But then I know then the sales will %50 downgrade because when bought, those 2 are already html and the psd files.
I will not put up live previews for my items untill I feel safe about this matter.