What browser is that used for?
I used it in both Chrome and Firefox. More info here: http://codecanyon.net/forums/thread/introducing-dashboard-plus/71870
One of the many Dashboard Plus features that should exist by default in the marketplaces
Funny thing, I fell victim myself of old PHP version on a server.
I was going to test this new plugin on my online dev site, and… PHP version was older than 5.3 I went to try to upgrade to 5.3+, but I realised sometimes is not that easy. Having had this experience myself now, I have changed my mind and spent all day making the code compatible with < 5.3 versions of PHP.
I was specially making use of anonymous functions to add hooks/filters in Wordpress.
Oh well, lesson learned
Not sure a font icon for flags would be possible to develop, since the fonts should have 1 color only. Although it would be possible to have the shape of the flag as a font-icon, since a lot of flags have the exact same shapes but different colors, there wouldn’t be that many flags that you could use.
But a CSS library, yes, that would make sense. Something like: http://lipis.github.io/flag-icon-css/ ?
Thanks Julian. One more thing, I think the comments used to default to the last page when opening up, but now it is going to the first page. I’m not sure we want to display the oldest comments first, especially if an item is a couple years old.
Yes, this is bad. Specially for old items. Defaulting to the last page like before was perfect. Please look into this also.
But thanks for implementing this! Hopefully it will reduce the big number of duplicated questions I was getting – even though I add them in FAQ.
It’s great when we are able to buy stuff with the money we earn here at envato Congrats!
I would love to see more retina ready stuff in the marketplace websites also. There are already a couple of stuff, like the footer marketplace logos and dropdown menu up in the header, but seeing the badges in high definition would be a sweet addition
Thank you for your answers guys. I might risk it and release it with 5.3+ requirement but wrap the activation of the plugin on a version controller, and throw a message if the user doesn’t have php 5.3+ and some guidance on how to proceed to update it. I’ll see if this approach works well.
Thank you for your input!