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pixelentity says

I think that authors should have the ability to refund customers
can’t agree more
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pixelentity says

Needed to add a custom image filter, again no docs on the subject, most likely broken the swearing world record, here’s an example:

WordPress 3.5 media upload api: toolbar with custom filter

BF

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pixelentity says

The new media uploader api is amazing as much as its complete lack of documentation. So i started digging into the javascript sources, a few hours (and a good amount of blasphemies) later, i was able to come out with a working example:

WordPress 3.5 media upload api example

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pixelentity says

The solution in the tutorial works but it only restores the default behaviour when the media uploader is opened by clicking on the “add media” button. This may not be always the case as a plugin or theme could use javascript for whatever reason.

Here’s an alternate method which relies on events to restore the original function after the image has been added or the uploader closed by clicking “close” button or using “ESC” key:

https://gist.github.com/4452118

BF

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pixelentity says

Hey, Sorry to hear about this.

If you are having this amount of trouble getting the first dollar out of that author, then I would advise you to jump out of that deal at light speed! If its like this now, what will it be like in months to come? The trust has been broken and cannot be repaired.

I would advise any author not to collaborate without protecting themselves. Like this situation and many others I have heard from friends working here on TF, it is not as easy as you think to find a skilled WP developer with the required amount of professionalism. Think before you agree with random authors, you could be depending on them to send you monthly earnings for 1-2 years, if the file has a good selling lifespan. This is a serious business deal.

This is why we sign a declaration with each author with whom we collaborate. They are agreeing to licence their work to us to convert it into a WP Theme provided we pay them their agreed share of the monthly earnings as licence fee. Payments dates and methods are all written down and agreed. If payment doesn’t happen then we no longer have a licence to use/sell the author’s work, its a simple as that. This paper makes it all clear for both parties and for Envato, in such case as they require some proof of the collaboration.

So next time you should work with us instead :)

DOK

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pixelentity says

reviewer after the 10th minimal theme pulled from queue

BF

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pixelentity says

fully deserved.

BF

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pixelentity says

flashden …. good old times

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DOK

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pixelentity says

Thanks for the reply, just out of curiosity, how do you or Envato understand the latest version inside zip folder?
well we don’t, i guess they (envato) just check style.css version in theme zip
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pixelentity says

PS: Do we need to upload a zip version of our theme to our items for this to work?
No, that’s not needed. There’s a line which you need to uncomment to test the class, remember to comment again before the upload.
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