kriskorn saidIn what dimension do you live? Who will take care of you – except you?
You do know that some of the authors need to feed their families ? What’s up with you being community centered and not once wanting to contact the author about their item ? First disabling items, now even deleting…
You see in this topic “top authors” ? Create top item – live easy
I absolutely agree on the fact that every individual has the right to decide if he wants to tell the world how much he earns ( at least if it’s a legal business ).
In most western civilisations it’s safe to tell how much you earn, you will probably see some jealous reactions but not more.
But as the OP said, there are other countries and cultures. My parents worked for a support project in a very poor country in the eastern part. There you can get in trouble only for wearing good shoes or for having enough money to travel to this country. So i can understand that your life can be threatened by the fact people know you are earning thousands of dollars a month. And for those saying he has the wrong friends surrounding him, you probably have no idea how difficult it can be for someone with money to be surrounded by people who have nothing at all. Friendship is allmost impossible then, just don’t ignore that !For me it’s ok to hide ALL the badges as an option. We have the right to choose what we want to be public and what not. Even if Envato make the rules and the badges are one of the main reasons for their success. It’s more important to keep their authors/workers safe then having fear for changes.
ThemeFusion is not visible – drink mojitos in Hawaii Congrats guys!
Moi poazdravlenia – Tu molodez! Udaci i uspehov – i nikakix nalogov
C Novum Godom!
I tryed to help you many times at our support forum but you refused my help. If you have time to spend it on appeal – it’s your right. But I think you’d better spend it on reading of the documentation plus update theme to the latest version.
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P.S. “The only man who never makes mistakes is the man who never does anything.” – Theodore Roosevelt.