I’m also interested in this, if anyone knows a solution.
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Getting ready for the next one!
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I’ll work harder now!
I’m a daddy now, my baby is 19 days old!
I had to stop from working on my CodeCanyon projects for a while, but now I’m back! I have released two new versions of my plugins, and I’m enjoying my newfound fatherhood.
I have 3 plugins on the marketplace and I will merge them into one all-purpose framework which will be capable of doing the same job as each of the 3 initial plugins.
I’m doing this for better support, less work to update all plugins with the same code and better consistency.
How would I go about this and provide support for the previous buyers? They will, most likely, have to purchase the new plugin and migrate their old content to the new one.
I have decided that the new plugin, which has the same name, will replace one of the existing 3 plugins, so I’ll have 2 more plugins to deprecate and shut down support.
Is it possible to transfer all buyers from the 2 remaining plugins to the 3rd one?
I don’t have any proof, I just did the customization in order for the plugin to be different from the marketplace one and to protect myself.
I’ve been doing client work for 12 years and I know some of them might try to take advantage from various circumstances.
A while ago, I have customized a couple of plugins from my portfolio and sold them to a client via PayPal. This client is a CodeCanyon user and now he wants me to provide updates to those plugins.
As the purchase was not from another marketplace or not from my site, but non-public via email, he has no grounds in what he tries to accomplish. He wants to contact Envato and claim I broke the rules by selling him the customized plugins.
What do you think? Should I report him to Envato?