Yes, please. That would be a lot simpler and buyers would only need to do it once to verify all purchases from an author b
Terminator 2 — one of the few sequels to best the original story.
I’m pretty shocked people still like Avatar. That movie does not hold up well to repeat viewings. It feels so saccharine and plodding.
This is useful, but I think this would be more useful: http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/feature-request-preview-mode-in-product-lists/117188
In product lists there is a grid mode and list mode. It’s pretty much impossible to tell what a theme looks like from its icon. Users are forced to mouse over every icon to see the preview image. This is even more annoying on a touch device.
Add a third “preview mode” that loads the item preview (590×300) instead of the icon (80×80). I think the majority of users would prefer to browse/scroll through a list visually instead of icon or list mode, which doesn’t really provide any distinguishing information between themes.
Nothing worth doing is easy.
@ jupitersaturn — I only work on upgrades for clients when I’ve had a continual presence in their operations. Here’s why:
Nobody can give you a realistic quote for this without asking a long series of questions about your implementation. For starters: Do you have a dev and staging server? How do you deploy to production / rollback changes? Have you customized the frontend package? Are you using extensions? What integrations are there?
Upgrades can easily run into thousands of dollars when done properly. You need a risk mitigation and fallback strategy if something does go wrong. Anybody who offers to do it for a few hundred dollars is cutting corners, and you’re the one on the line.
This is not something any freelancer can step in and offer you. You either need an internal technical person managing this or a technical partner that is responsible for the long-time health of your implementation.
In short, deploying software is an investment that you need to factor into the cost of doing business.