20$ x 10,000=200,000$
if you exclude what envato paid for authors
0.44 is the approximate rate
(400$ x 150×0.45)=27,000
lets say 30,000$ for authors
then Envato made about 170,000$
Its a Happy Birthday
Repayments on the company yacht are a real killer though.
I mean look at that thing. It didn’t come cheap.
Forever and ever and ever and ever and, like, ever.
Or 2 hours. It’s one of those.
I’d buy more RAM then that’s all no more swap files? Can that be done?
Not really. Most software is written to expect to write to a page file. You can get an SSD drive however and put your page file on that, which is a good compromise.
The other thing that would be helpful to us in tracking and fixing your errors is the exact time, timezone, and page the error/404 occurred at. EG:
Either post that here or send it to support, and we can use the data to track down what is causing these problems.
Never smoked, and never will. It’s carcinogenic.
What?!? Since when?
All 5 star rated files are not considered equal by the search engine. Internally we store the ratings to higher precision than is displayed, and this is what we sort by. So a file rated 4.9 is listed higher than a file rated 4.6, despite both showing 5 stars.
Wow you guys are never happy, every time I fix something you find something else!
I can’t see what is wrong with the rating sort though. Seems to be fine to me.
EG: http://activeden.net/searches?categories=&category=utilities&order=desc&page=&sort_by=rating&term=image+gallery&type=files&type_id=&x=17&y=16 and: http://activeden.net/category/video-players/video-galleries?categories=video-players%2Fvideo-galleries&page=3&sort_by=average_rating&type=files
The results are being listed from highest rating to lowest as far as I can see?
I have rolled back a change we made recently which was adversely affecting search results for multi word queries. Image gallery results are a little better now
The search engine is jointly handled by the dev team and a specialist search guy. As Jason mentioned we’ve got a big search overhaul in the pipeline, and this will be the first big search revamp our search specialist has been involved in.
If you have any further questions, probably best to email me