Posts by robocreatif

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robocreatif says

Hey guys!

I’m in a bit of a pickle. One of my items is in need of an update, and I’ve made some promises to people who have purchased it that they would see some of these changes.

However, as I’m working on this it’s clear that it’s an enormous update. So enormous, in fact, that it will end up breaking existing installations. It’s built entirely in JavaScript with a lot of user-defined options, so I can’t do any kind of auto-update for them.

What I’m trying to decide is, should I make this an entirely new item? Or should I put out an update with the changes and just put an explanation that they’re going to need to basically change everything around? I’m leaning towards the latter, as I don’t want to come off as going back on my promises, but I also don’t like the idea of forcing everyone to change their setups.

Any thoughts? I figure it’s best to get the opinion of buyers and other authors who have gone through the same thing.

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