WP 4.0 does not add big changes. It does not follow “Semantic Versioning”.
Updated to 1.1 because of the new CSS classes: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/envmakeup/ilepjeegbnlckeebabjeklcgagnhkmmm
I fixed this by disabling the DirectWrite engine. More info here: http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/new-google-chrome-font-rendering-improvements/140455#1105928
In your place I would not change the username nor the avatar. So many people here know you as @webdesignerart, an you got the respect from them, changing the username you will be like a new member here.
@theAlThemist, don’t ever dream about it. You know why…
+1 to all said by QBKL.
This is a pretty hard to follow topic and before adding my own input, I wanted to take the time and digest the whole state of the marketplace today. Not saying that my views are those of everyone here. They are mine and the people I collaborate with and represent our views on which I noticed to find common ground with many other authors. I wrote them down in a post on Medium which I’d like to share with you the authors, Envato staff and whoever else would like to have a read (8 min read according to Medium)
Thank you for taking the time to read through and looking forward to reactions.Regards, Alex
Well said. Totally agreed, recomended and shared.
I love Envato, I always felt like here is a freedom and an awesome community, but if it will continue to ignore us(the “engine” of this market), this place will die shortly.
It’s not a secret, that Envato has competitors and it’s also not a secret that those competitors has better conversion rates, more freedom and control. I see many authors are migrating one by one slowly to other marketplaces. That’s because you(Envato) are not listening the community and treat us like your employers, not like people who, actually, brings money in your bank account.
As a final note, I want to say that the only persons who works here are the authors, Envato just make CSS changes, nothing more.