Very nice presentation. However, it made my MacBook Pro (using Firefox) freeze and crash for the first time in a year or more, so that kinda takes the joy out of it…
Yeah, it’s Chrome-optimized, as it says No more love for Firefox recently, it needs to step up its game…
I usually tell them that the update will overwrite theme files, so if they made any changes to them, they should write them down so they can add them back in, after updating. Never seen anyone upset about that.
The “developers” who ask for basic support stuff or don’t know what a child theme is, aren’t really developers.
On a side note here, I just love support threads beginning with / containing “My customer needs [...] (custom work)”
Don’t you think anyone that is capable of buying online, is also capable of scrolling? If you really think buyers are that “dumb” (no offense to anyone), why not create a Greasemonkey script / Chrome extension that adds it for pages that are twice (or more) as high as the user’s screen height? I’m sure they’ll know how to install it
[..] Moreover, the scroll to top gets difficult while browsing on mobiles.
But this made me curious – don’t Android/Windows work in the same way as iOS, where you touch the top status bar, and you immediately scroll to top? (just asking, don’t own anything else besides iPhone)
what if we’re on OS X? Or on laptops?
Cmd + Up Arrow , but you already knew that right?
OSX also has that scrolling acceleration that makes it very useful in such cases.
Anyway, my point was that it’s not always necessary to bloat a site with redundant functionality – things that your hardware already does.
Hmmm, I would think buyers who purchase online and install themes, are aware of this button
You know what, I’ve been thinking about this myself.
Got the iPad 4 but I’m thinking of selling it and grabbing either Air or Mini 2 (since Mini now has Retina as well).
To be honest, I want to go with the Mini, as I read a lot on the iPad, and from this point of view, a smaller form factor is better (less weight, easier to hold with one hand, etc).
But I’m also thinking of performance and clearly, the Air is better here. So I don’t know what to decide either… I guess I’ll compare what I use it most for, and decide from there.
At the moment, since I’m not gaming or using intensive apps that much, I’m leaning towards the Mini, especially since I can get more GB for the same money.
So to answer your question, I think size does matter, as it reflects upon performance and cost; but it really depends on what you need it for.
I’ve never had that much in my account, so I can’t say for certain, but I’d guess so. I do some work on Elance and I’ve been able to withdraw about twice that in one go. Shouldn’t be any different with Envato… in theory!
This is really new to me, I though every big author here is using SWIFT for large withdrawals.
So if you have $4321 in your account, you can withdraw them all in one go, to Paypal?
If you’re withdrawing money from Paypal to a card (not bank account), there is a $2.5 withdrawal fee + there’s a $500/day withdrawal limit.
But isn’t SWIFT the only option for withdrawing more than $500? http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/118