Hi. It could take up to 1 week, regarding to the rules. Just wait a little bit more
@Drew = thanks. We all just want some explanations, because 13 pages already and only Jarel and Sevenspark were carrying about this, that’s why everyone was waiting for developers.
Just updated a theme, seems like everything is fixed, so you need only to move those themes back to their places.
- Snatch - Big Bang Theory - House MD (:)) - The Da Vinci Code - Enemy at the gates
It depends on pages structure complexity. I mean if you need to design all these pages, than $2500 is too small amount. But if you need only to create a structure for these pages and then just load these pages with existing content, maybe it could work, again depends on average prices in your country
One of the authors pulled his new WP theme from the marketplace. I think this shows the importance of this issue for the authors.
And i need to upload an updated archive with IE7 support, some buyers are waiting for it. But i need to wait and be in solidarity with other authors.
@devs = guys, that’s not funny anymore. Would be nice if one of you just reply here with short explanation what the hell is going on and just tell us how much time it will take to fix everything, bcz now it looks like only Jarel is carrying about this issue and all of you took vacations.
@wpCanyonThemes you were the first, just wanted to write the same.
As i see even sales almost stops.
Guys, just stop review process while this bug will be fixed and hide these “updated” themes for a day or something, that’s all. Because “bullets bug” is not a good reason to reborn any theme and jump to the first page. That looks very unfair, in this rhythm everyone will do this and new themes in 1 hour after approval will be on the 3rd page
ps – i need to upload an urgent update for my theme, i hope supporting IE7 is a good reason? Anyway i’ll wait for usual view.
Chrome, it looks minimalistic. And it’s faster.