@sevenspark has described the issue very well. The same is for themes as well, not only for plugins. In fact I’ve noticed that after updating one of my themes. I’ve just replied to your email @KingDog. Fell free to contact me again, I’ll be glad to help on this.
I’m totally agree with you @sevenspark and I would like to have an option to manually include the license file as it was before.
Thank you @kriskorn and @Japh. I’ve read this article (have to missed the ‘improved the upload process’ part). Anyway I have choosed to create installable zip package because many of buyers reported problems with installation. So that’s why I’m worried about this modification. But I’ll give a chance to new structure and will see how things will work.
I’ve noticed that for our latest updated theme there is ‘Licensing’ directory automatically added into zip package. I’m making my zip packages installable in WordPress (user can install theme straight using downloaded from ThemeForest zip archive) and that additional ‘Licensing’ directory is breaking theme install in WordPress. Why it’s even added? I’ve it already inside theme directory – named ‘licensing’. There is no need to add it twice in fact. Does anyone else experiences this issue? Is it related to that recent 100% GPL changes? I think that Envato should inform about such a practices…
Wow, I have to say a big Thank You Ruben! I am totally surprised!
I would like an invitation:
my dribbble account: http://dribbble.com/quanticalabs
and portfolio: http://themeforest.net/user/QuanticaLabs/portfolio