I agree nice comment There is the popular files page for that,
Yes, except that it’s not what I proposed. Popular files are the most sold items, not the most performing. Don’t you see the difference?
no need to complicate things
As someone said about the wheel 10.000 years ago….
I think it would be nice to sort the items based also on their performance, calculated by: sells/days (since publish date)
What do you think about it?
Last news, what happened to me today: I noticed a downgrade of the rating of a plugin of mine just after a purchase. After few minutes I got this comment: “Lovely, I wasted 14$ and 2 hours of my life”.
I removed the comment reporting it to the staff. With such empty words like those I don’t even want to know why the customer was disappointed, he/she hasn’t been constructive, he/she never asked for support, nothing.
So I ask to Envato staff: how much does it worth a rating of such kind of customer?? It’s clear that customer gave me 1 star (I guess you can check it) and this is the proof that some customer doesn’t even care to ask the author for an enlightment about possible problems, doubts… they just give 1 star and write offensive comments.
Do you think it’s fair they condition the sells of an author?
I see, I see… much clearer now, thanks.
Maybe I found the FAQ about my question:http://codecanyon.net/licenses/faq#faq-section-author
Can I purchase an item to use as a small element within a larger project that I plan to sell as stock or a template? For example, could I purchase a button graphic for a theme I plan to sell?
Use of items in larger stock projects is not allowed under the default regular or extended licenses, but there are exceptions.
Example: A CodeCanyon author has a slider and states in the item description that any buyer is permitted under the extended license to use this item in a larger stock item that will be sold.
Example: A CodeCanyon author has a slider and gives permission by email to a ThemeForest author to use the slider, under the extended license, in a theme.
But still I don’t understand why the extended version is offered in codecanyon where we MUST provide source code and I wonder what someone is doing with my plugin after purchasing the extended license….
I sell, sometimes, some extended license for my plugin, so this means that someone is selling my plugin with my source code?
A couple of themes I have bought include third party plugins (sold in codecanyon), why they’re not infringing the license?
Hi, I’m afraid this was already asked but I couldn’t find the answer.
I’d like to buy an item with extended license to include it in a product of mine. The item is a lightbox manager and my product is a Wordpress plugin. My doubt comes from this page:http://codecanyon.net/licenses where it says, about the extended license:
Distribution of source files is not permitted.
Ok thanks, the answer of my ticket was in the spam. I’ll follow your instructions.
Hi, I’ve submitted a ticket for support but had no anwer, so I write here hoping Envato staff read this post.
I have an item currently sold for 8$ and I’m going to totally rewrite it, adding more features and enhancements, finally it will be at the same quality level of another plugin of mine, currently sold for 14$. So I think that the price of the first one should be similar, it can’t have the same value after the upgrade.
So my question: is it possible to change price to an item? Or should I delete it and then resubmit again? For me it would be ok, but I think that the users who have bought the plugin wouldn’t be happy if they can’t update the plugin.