Man, our WP Estro slider plugin in codecanyon has required a huge support commitment on our behalf & purely for the reason you have stated. WP themes & plugins badly made & breaking our well made plugin.
We have to check each client’s setup & if we see this happening we just tell the buyer to deactivate plugins until they find the bad one, or if it’s the theme we just tell them to contact the author & ask for he fix.
A good set of FAQs can help but the whole thing still takes way more time than it should. We’ve ranted on the forums many times, but nobody takes notice & authors still release themes & plugins which do not follow WP development best practices.
J, you da man! Excellent & phew!
We stumbled upon this while testing a simple CSS scale transition for a new item: worked as expected with all major browsers but epic fail with Firefox. (image jumping to another position)
After a medium-to-long wtf-ing session, we were able to create a test case on jsfiddle and conclude this is a browser bug, here’s the test link:http://jsfiddle.net/jQ3fs/10/
Please check and post here if the bug is happening for you as well + your Firefox version as we’d like to file a bug report with Mozilla for this issue.
not a good idea imho: even with free/optional support, some buyers comes with all kind of customization requests. Once they paid for it, it will be really hard to make them understand support != free customization.
Oh! I thought you were referring to the site. No clue about the video though.
I don’t think there is even the slightest chance to find that on here….because it wouldn’t pass review!
Read Back through the thread, I’ve posted the final number.
Hey, they surely can, the question is just how easy it is to do. Check the settings XML file for any option to do so, if there is nothing there you would need to edit the flash AS3 sources and recompile.