I agree with the majority of the comments.
The new badges are to big and childish. Although colours (paws) may of not meant a lot to buyers, they definitely did to authors, and most people knew what the colours stood for. A number is quite illogical and takes away the motivation to progress as already mentioned. Gaining a new colour paw seemed to give authors reason to progress. Getting the same badge and going from 2, to 3 – doesn’t.
- The ‘has had a featured item’ isn’t to distinguishable.
- The wording, ‘collected’ instead of purchased isn’t quite right
- The exclusive tick mark, was better than a diamond
- Superstar’s are no longer so obvious
- Can see less icons by default
- Elite Authors don’t stand out as much as they used to
Just my opinion.
With 4,222,500 community members there is absolute stack tonne of tickets to get through, opening more than one simply slows the process down.
Using twitter is just a way to bring to their attention that you require a faster response than the standard waiting time.
Would this not force a lot of falsification of ratings? Rating for a badge, and not necessarily reflecting on truly how they felt about the downloaded item.
This news hit me like a ton of bricks. This guy was such an important part of my childhood and later in life as I grew to respect his serious roles. There really are no words…
Same here. He really contributed a lot to my childhood wonder (Jumanji, Hook, Patch Adams, Mrs. Doubtfire, Aladdin) AND adulthood wonder (Dead Poet’s Society, Good Will Hunting, What Dreams May Come, and Good Morning, Vietnam).
I pray this brings to light the severity of depression. It’s a disease that needs to be treated like one. Here’s a man that came across as incredibly happy. And I’m sure he was. But no one is immune to depression and it’s not something someone can “just get over.” It takes a healthy community. It always takes a healthy community.So sad.
+1 to this.
RIP Robin Williams
I’m sure a lot of people live off Envato earnings. It’s far harder than they make it look though
OriginalEXE already created an awesome header ‘Switcheroo’. Not sure if this is any use to youhttp://themeforest.net/forums/thread/switcheroo-open-source-item-switcher/111182
Creating more tickets will just be wasting your own time as they all subsequently go to the back of the queue anyway.
As varcolac said, tweet them your ticket and you might get a faster response.
GDragoN saidthey answered everyone but me not the first time they have done it. my site is full of errors i said urgent they didnt even bother to just say ok. im thinking its a red flag to ask for a refund going to ask paypal what to do. the proof is in the comment history of the plugin
Authors may have different methods to provide support (and very important thing is that authors are not required to provide support at all, but most of authors support their products). Check out the Support tab for the item, and it should contain information on how to get support, and from where if author has own support forum or similar. Regards, Milan
Is the plugin in working state?
If the plugin is working and you are trying to do something out of scope, then it may be the Author feels your comments are not obligatory. (All be it, ignoring is very rude)
If the plugin isn’t in working state when you download it, do as GDragoN said and contact Envato. (Create a ticket and tweet then your ticket number for a faster response ) They can at least ensure the plugin is saleable to stop anyone else getting stung.
Google have added 150 Pokemon to Google maps as an April Fools Day Game.
Basically you have to scout the world to find them all.