Posts by GDragoN

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GDragoN
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I’ve recently purchased a CodeCanyon script that installed encrypted files on my server. From what I’ve read in the forums, it’s not allowed. I’ve politely asked the author the rectify the situation, but he refuses to. I would like to know Envato’s official stance on allowing authors to do this because had I known that this was allowed, I’d have never purchased the script. The encryption is preventing me from modifying the script as I wish to and keeps the author’s logo (which is called from the author’s server) on my website.

You need to contact Envato Support and let them know about this, they need to sort that out, since they have approved the item that is breaking the encryption / modification rules.

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GDragoN
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I have disabled ‘Show Verify Purchase block on Author dashboard’, but I still see this block. Please, fix it.

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I am OK with one development setup that is not localhost. Most hosting environments have staging areas that are usually subdomain or something like that with options to copy live to staging. So, even if user has single license, it has to cover live + local/staging.

Milan

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As CodeCanyon author with many WordPress plugins I am completely fine if you buy one license, and use the plugin on one live website plus on localhost for testing purposes. I too never directly update most of the plugins on live websites without some sort of testing first. And, I don’t believe that using plugin with single license on live website and on localhost too is a breach of the license, it is not live website. So, I always have localhost copies of all my websites where I can test things out before pushing changes to live servers.

Envato should make it clear about use of the products in separate local development environment.

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GDragoN
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I didn’t use that, sorry. I use autoresponders only for subscribing purposes. Have you tried support request through official website: https://help.revaxarts.com/contact/ to send the bug report?

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I am using MyMail for almost a year, and I had some minor problems when I started using it, but author helped me with that (even implemented some filters I needed for customization). Since then, I had zero issues with it, and I have large subscribers base and I am sending 2-3 campaigns each month.

Milan

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Thanks for the updates! But, historic data from CSV update is still completely wrong, and all the statistics data is based on this wrongly imported data, making history stats useless.
Completely wrong? How?
Well, my total earnings are as about 50% more than they actually are. For instance, in Aug 2014, your app shows $2480.00 earnings, and I really had about $1400.00. For Dec 2014 and Jan 2015 it shows about 25% and 10% more than actually was. And for Feb 2015 (current month) it shows correctly. Lats week I imported CSV file generated for the whole period of time since I started selling up to Feb 1 2015.

Something went really wrong there. The CSV upload process is pretty straightforward and I really have no clue what could have happened. My only suggestion is to delete your sales from the database so you can start fresh and upload your CSV file again. I’m sure it will be okay.

By the way, you should select to download sales up until the current date, not just until Feb 1 2015. Let me know if you want me to delete your sales.
Yes, please delete all the imported sales, and I will upload new CSV after that to see if it is OK. Thanks!
Done

I imported new CSV and now is all OK. Thanks!

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Thanks for the updates! But, historic data from CSV update is still completely wrong, and all the statistics data is based on this wrongly imported data, making history stats useless.
Completely wrong? How?
Well, my total earnings are as about 50% more than they actually are. For instance, in Aug 2014, your app shows $2480.00 earnings, and I really had about $1400.00. For Dec 2014 and Jan 2015 it shows about 25% and 10% more than actually was. And for Feb 2015 (current month) it shows correctly. Lats week I imported CSV file generated for the whole period of time since I started selling up to Feb 1 2015.

Something went really wrong there. The CSV upload process is pretty straightforward and I really have no clue what could have happened. My only suggestion is to delete your sales from the database so you can start fresh and upload your CSV file again. I’m sure it will be okay.

By the way, you should select to download sales up until the current date, not just until Feb 1 2015. Let me know if you want me to delete your sales.

Yes, please delete all the imported sales, and I will upload new CSV after that to see if it is OK. Thanks!

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GDragoN
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Thanks for the updates! But, historic data from CSV update is still completely wrong, and all the statistics data is based on this wrongly imported data, making history stats useless.
Completely wrong? How?

Well, my total earnings are as about 50% more than they actually are. For instance, in Aug 2014, your app shows $2480.00 earnings, and I really had about $1400.00. For Dec 2014 and Jan 2015 it shows about 25% and 10% more than actually was. And for Feb 2015 (current month) it shows correctly. Lats week I imported CSV file generated for the whole period of time since I started selling up to Feb 1 2015.

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GDragoN
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Thanks for the updates! But, historic data from CSV update is still completely wrong, and all the statistics data is based on this wrongly imported data, making history stats useless.

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