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Yea well i just wanted first dibs on our themes and after i declined the first job after few done that was not our theme i gut cut of to. I guess the system is full of bugs.
We should be allowed to accept and decline any jobs we want to. Although we all did sign up for this,we should not be “forced” to accept every job,.
Imma participate 3:) I think.
It seems like you commented on the item instead of contacting the Author directly for support. Every item on Codecanyon has a “support” tab on top. This tab would lead you to the page that would give you information on how the item is supported by the author. For your purchased item you can contact support here. Once you do, you would be able to hear from the author in the next 24 hours.
Good news??? Are you serious? Since when is killing IE good news?
I love spending 10 days fixing bugs on IE after making a template in under 5 hours!!
Either way, killing off IE does not mean Envato would not require us to make sites IE compatible
Envato listed me back to the service providers pool last monday but I only got one job since then, less than I used to get. I wonder if somehow I was penalized anyway. I hope not
What I have noticed so far about the service is that I get jobs at only one part of the month. which is usually the last week of the month and first month of the second month. I believe it would be the same for you.
I believe they should add a “Reassign” button. Since there is no proper way of canceling a job in case you are busy at that moment. Currently, these are the only possible way of not doing a job:
If there is a reassign button, at least we would safely be able to give somebody else the job instead of being forced to do it.
Well at least after contacting support, they added me back to the pool