I saw themes using this; I guess it’s allowed.
I have a great idea, I’m quite sure this doesn’t exist.
This app hides other (selected) menu icons, and creates a new menu icon.
When this menu icon is clicked(or hovered), a box containing the other hidden menu icons will show up.
Basically, group the other menu icons, and hide them by default, like a folder.
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Ah, it exists… MacBartender
My hands are sweaty now
Ask the reviewer for more details regarding the problem?
Transform the trackpad into an absolute pointing device! ( like pen tablets )
familychoice saidBefore the reviews for ratings of 3, 2, and 1 stars are made mandatory, there were lots of (bogus) 1 star reviews which hurts items’ sales – and many authors disagreed on –, and nothing was told to the author. The key problem is “Authors not knowing why they get low ratings”. Reviews are now mandatory to low ratings, to provide the authors informations and feedbacks regarding their items to make it better.
Low ratings are awarded for a whole range of reasons, some of which authors will disagree with, and customers may not. Hiding comments isn’t going to help authors, as I’ve said before customers are quite capable of making their own decisions about whether bad feedback is deserved or not.
familychoice saidI believe making reviews to all ratings including 4 and 5 stars mandatory does not prevent bogus high ratings. Neither does making the reviews public. Let’s trust Envato to prevent this one.
By focusing your attentions solely on removing bogus low ratings and ignoring potentially bogus higher ratings there is a very real prospect of artificially raised ratings.
It doesn’t… work anymore?