I can barely get through half a scary movie…. I would creeped out a doll would kill me in my sleep.. not to
Re the global account thing, I don’t believe the history is account based?
I’ve only used ticksy once before, but considering how many authors use is it, Im sure there would be people interested in purchasing it from you. Hell, I would love to know how much it would cost for you to part with it.
You should seriously consider that option! Im sure there would be serious buyers who would love to take over from what you have already built. You would have to provide those people with all the user numbers, monthly turn over etc. Food for thought!!
So, Im curious about the withdrawal history (and slightly concerned). If I go to my withdrawal history it says my withdrawal was processed today, however I never received the processed payment email that I usually get.. or the money. So naturally I would assume it hasn’t been processed in real life yet. Which is odd considering how quickly we usually receive the email and the funds. It’s never been late before.
With all the site problems Envato has had recently and the heart bleed bug I’m naturally a little concerned of where the money is going / has gone.
So, one suggestion for the withdrawal history tab would be to include the bank details of where the money went / is going. This would remove any doubt that the money has gone to the wrong place. Because at the moment there is no where to check this after the payment has been “processed”.
ps. I did open a support ticket about this but am waiting for a reply pps. my apologies if I have missed some kind of update about payments this month being late.
I don’t have a sleeping pattern. I just woke up and it’s 6am but just 1 week ago I was waking up at 6pm. How any full time online self employed person manages to have a sleeping pattern is beyond me haha.
I have started testing the waters with various sleeping tees and pills. Lets hope I can get some regularity going.
When I recommend people to find a developer I tell them to go to microlancer (envato studio now). Generally speaking that service market place is pretty tightly regulated by Envato. So I have no problem with recommending people from there.
The very best thing at the end of the day though is finding a developer who is local to you. Find someone in your own country that you can talk to via the phone. Even if it costs you more, it’s better to form a relationship with someone in person then online.
Thanks for the reply Jordan, that’s good to hear it’s a Pro and not an Air
A standard rate here in Australia for web developers is about 80 – 120 an hour. I tell my customers 120 an hour because..
1) I prefer not to do the customisations and hope they go somewhere else (I recommend micro-lancer to them).
2) They understand just exactly what they got when they purchased my theme for $40 – $50.
If I was going to the the customizations though, I would charge about the same as Mr Rhodus.
Im not trying to be rude, but no one here can read minds
You need to provide WAY more info then that. Also, try contacting the author who’s theme it is as this is a general forum… not a support forum.
Can’t help but feel sorry. As much as I love open source projects, you’re just opening the doors to headaches and people with a false sense of entitlement… kind of like theme support! haha.
Seems like it’s finally taken its toll on him.