klerith saidYes, this is an excellent feature to have, but the API doesn’t allow this. Read this thread here – http://codecanyon.net/forums/thread/will-the-envato-api-be-updated-any-further/84992 I roughly remember that Sales Donkey (for Mac os) achieved this, but not quite sure how. If anyone has an idea, please share.
Dexterous, I think is better to know when we have a new comment to reply. Do you know how to achieve that with the API?
Sure I will.
But there are some applications outside that have that feature… we need to figure out how,... please contact me if you found something too
I think is better to know when we have a new comment to reply. Do you know how to achieve that with the API?
I’m using Envital – you can see a recent thread about it. It’s design is elegant and it was coded as a widget so I can set the transparency and move it around my screen. Oh, and it’s free as well. You should take our advice and not waste your time on a paid app to show stats when there are so many free ones. EDIT: here’s the link to the Envital thread where you can see how nice the design is http://codecanyon.net/forums/thread/introducing-envital-a-windows-gadget-powered-by-the-envato-api/104173
Yea, you are right.
I’m going to give it for free.
Works very good on Windows 8
There’s My Envato which works on both OS X and Windows and does its job just awesome. From the screenshots the design doesn’t help you that much and I don’t think you can add anything else to make someone pay instead of going with My Envato or some other app that does the same thing.
Right now I’m testing every one…
I’m trying to make quality apps and plugins for Envato Marketplaces because I need money, but if my application is not good enough to compete against the others, still will be amazing if someone wants to use it