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greenline says

I think there is a small mistake in the marketblog article.

Items sold before 1st December 2014 are treated as follows:
    If the item offered < 6 months support, then that period is honored.
    If the item offered > 6 months support, then those items will be supported until 31 May 2015 (6 months from the new rules taking effect)

it should be vice versa ( the < > ):

Items sold before 1st December 2014 are treated as follows:
    If the item offered > 6 months support, then that period is honored.
    If the item offered < 6 months support, then those items will be supported until 31 May 2015 (6 months from the new rules taking effect)

About the paid support, I don’t know, I really feel that buyers will start to not buy items which are older than 6 months, because they will not be happy to pay for support.

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greenline says

This guy had one hell of a day [link removed by mod] :D

How did you find him? :)

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greenline says

Ooo yes, I’ve just spotted it also. It may look to some newbies that it’s mandatory.. not good.

Maybe that’s exactly the purpose 8-)

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greenline says

Congratulations for your courage Collis! We all hope you are well! Honestly, that is the most dangerous I have seen by far in the last days in the entire world.

That seems so painful only looking at it, is it really necessary for the challenge to use so much ice? :crying:

Just be careful guys, I have heard today a doctor saying that an ice bucket like that can cause heart attacks or suffocation.

1005 posts
  • Has sold $10,000+ on Envato Market
  • Has been a beta tester for an Envato feature
  • Has collected 50+ items on Envato Market
  • Contributed a free file of the month
+6 more
greenline says
1005 posts
  • Has sold $10,000+ on Envato Market
  • Has been a beta tester for an Envato feature
  • Has collected 50+ items on Envato Market
  • Contributed a free file of the month
+6 more
greenline says
1005 posts
  • Has sold $10,000+ on Envato Market
  • Has been a beta tester for an Envato feature
  • Has collected 50+ items on Envato Market
  • Contributed a free file of the month
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greenline says

200% sounds good, but I hope it will not bring with it 200% larger badges :crying:

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greenline says
It’s not my mother tongue, but here it is in Morse language/code:

.... .- .--. .--. -.--   -... .. .-. - .... -.. .- -.--   . -. ...- .- - ---

I just thought no one will post it, so here it is for the aliens among us 8-)

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greenline says

Buyers shouldn’t buy based on our badges. They should buy on the our file’s quality. They shouldn’t care if author sold many or too little items, where they’re from or if they’re elite or not.

I’m sorry but as a buyer on themeforest I must say I always prefer to buy items from authors with proven sales, high-rating, etc. If they have badges for involvement in the community or blogs or articles, much better.

Why? Because an item with 1000 sales means quality. 1000 people can’t be wrong, don’t they? I have seen new themes rated with 5 stars, from new authors, but they did not work in all browsers or they blocked my phone. So, how can be the quality proved?

If you buy a car for instance, why you prefer to buy it from a branded company, with many years of experience and many sales and proven quality? Why not buy then a no-name car?

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greenline says
Hi, there is already an ongoing discussion about this here:
http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/new-badges/139831
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