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ichurakov says

Regular license.

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ichurakov says

Congrats. Today I got Elite Care Pack too. But I have 4 stickers. :P

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ichurakov says

I submitted update of my WP plugin 1 hour ago. 5 minutes after that it was approved.

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ichurakov says

Remember that you can’t block access to file wp-admin/admin-ajax.php. It is native handler for back-end and FRONT-END AJAX requests. Proof 1. Proof 2.

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ichurakov says

I remember in September 2012, after iPhone 5 was unveiled, it was hot topic. Internet was full of discussions, reviewes and memes. This year – nothing. Are people not interested in iPhones anymore?

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ichurakov says

I hate new trend. I don’t need thin smartphone. Give me fat smartphone with huge battery!

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ichurakov says

I do: [link removed]

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ichurakov says

Last 12 hours have been absolutely terrible. Wasn’t experiencing something like that from last Christmas.
The same for me.


Am I wrong or was the labor day in USA?
Exactly! http://www.calendar-365.com/holidays/labor-day.html
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ichurakov says

What the difference between AdBlock and AdBlock Plus?
I use AdBlock. It has quite simple algorithm. It doesn’t analyze data – it blocks resources if their URLs contains any of pre-defined keywords, like: ad, ads, advert, etc.

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ichurakov says

The root problem here is that you’re viewing your customer as “guilty” when in fact, they’re simply needing some guidance and education. In this situation the solution isn’t to blame them or take offense to their inquiry. If you’ve determined that it’s another plugin that’s causing the issue, explain that to them. You’re not being asked to fix someone else’s bugs. Taking 30 seconds to educate the buyer and explain the cause of the issue will go a long way for your business.
Wait! Your initial list was: “Support is defined as fixing bugs, responding to questions or problems, and ensuring compatibility.” Now you added new item to this list – educating buyers. What else?

Next situation. Buyer purchase WP plugin. Something doesn’t work. I ask for WP dashboard credentials. Buyer doesn’t give it to me, saying that he doesn’t trust people. He suggest me to explain to him what to do and he tell to me what he see. Now I can ignore this buyer: “No access to WP dashboard – no support. That’s it!”. What should I do if support is mandatory?

This is not a hypothetical situations. It is real. It happend to me several times. Not often, but anyway, I don’t want to be punished because of buyer’s whim.
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