Once a saw product with a lot of 5 star ratings at an online store. But it had one rating with only 1 star. The buyer wrote: Everything’s perfect, fast delivery and high quality. Another one asked: And why did you rate that with only one star?? The buyers answer: Oh, I thought 1 star would be the highest rating.
ShermanJackson saidI had the same thought. This would really help us to remove “bugs” or make an easier description. I recognized that especially InDesign files have often 2 or 1 star rating. And I think it has something to do with buyers low experience with the program. And some of them blame it on the file.
I think we should be allowed to enter in a dispute against those who rate our items 1 or 2 stars. Microlancer has a dispute option and I feel we should have one here too. If a buyer rates 1 star and provides a reason and if it’s an invalid reason we should be allowed to dispute it. It’s not fair for trollers to spoil our happiness.
I delete the cache ad I tried to view this site with the safari browser. All the same. I don’t see the histogramm of my April sales. I can see the histogram of March, February… and I see the list of my sold items. But I don’t see the histogram… (only April)
Has anybody else problems with the statementer? It doesn’t load the histogram anymore.
Bundle ends and my sales turned back to normal. Hooray!
have a look here: http://vectorboom.com/load/techniques/pathclothing/16-1-0-158
Oh yes, this link is also very helpful. Thanks a lot!
I think I’ve found a solution. When you mark the objeccts and use ctrl + j or command + j all paths were closed. My document information shows me 0 open paths. You can close this thread too