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GDragoN says

This is because of the timezone Envato is in, so when translated to CET timezone (UTC+2), 100% period was from 4 in the morning on 21 to 4 in the morning on 22, so not all sales on 21 in your time zone are affected by the 100% period.

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GDragoN says

@jremick no one is expecting to see exact time when the review will be done, and as far as I remember no one asked for that. Authors only need to know some sort of numerical information related to their queue position. Whatever system you have and how complex it is, it is not relevant to simple fact that your system knows how many items are submitted as new items and as updates, and that it knows position of each item. Why you don’t want to show this is beyond me.

Again: no one expects exact information, but something that has a meaning for their current position in the queue. Even if item changes queues, new items are added and removed, but in every point item has to have position that can be easily determined, it doesn’t matter when it will get reviewed, only position in the queue.

If you don’t want to do so, OK, it is your right, but at least rename the name of this topic: removing a feature and replacing it with something totally useless is not ‘fixing’. You fixed nothing, you choose not to fix it and only remove the whole feature. Let’s call things as they are.

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GDragoN says

With the current prices on Envato it is impossible for authors to provide support in different languages. To have quality support in many languages you need people who speak the language and can provide support, and you need to pay them for that. Only authors with big sales maybe can think of that, but for the 99% of Envato authors that is impossible.

To translate Envato websites, that also is a problem and I don’t trust auto translated websites. Most of the important areas must be human translated. And for very specific things, you need translators that have a lot of knowledge about the topics they translate, and all that is very, very expensive and most likely not very viable to support.

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GDragoN says

Why not? I think that every buyer should vote for the item, and after a week or two of using any item, buyer can form an opinion and vote for that item, not necessarily with 5 stars, but any vote he wants. Rating star badge should reflect number of ratings, not only 5 star ratings.

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GDragoN says

You can’t add it for old transactions. You need to contact Envato support to try and sort it out.

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GDragoN says

As far as I know, item price depends on the item features and its category. So, HTML and WordPress versions of the same design will be priced different. Also, WordPress theme will be worth more if it supports bbPress, BuddyPress and has other advanced features. I don’t believe that author rating, popularity or things like that have anything to do with price of the item.

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GDragoN says

A question if I may and not sure if it has been asked yet. I know Envato sets the cost scale, but who sets the price for the template? The developer? Cheers Mike

All prices are set by Envato, authors have no influence over that. But, authors can request additional review to reevaluate price for the item if they made some significant changes, and price is still set by Envato.

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GDragoN says

Hi, i love this script man but chrome is blocking it everytime i restart my computer, and i have to reinstall it all obver again because its not installed from the chrome store, can you please put it there or give us a solution for it to not keep disabling its self :)

Install script through http://tampermonkey.net/ Chrome extension.

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GDragoN says

Envato support is very, very slow and it can take more than a week for them to respond. You should tweet support ticket ID to Envato Support twitter account, that usually speed things up.

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GDragoN says

From what I can see, support for that item is provided on their own support website (check the Support tab for the item).

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