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designcise
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I think a feature allowing authors to temporarily disable their items is much needed at codecanyon. This would allow us to suspend our items temporarily in case of bugs, compatibility issues etc. that require time to resolve. Don’t you guys agree? I think something similar to the “soft reject” feature that’s already there for reviewers would be great; something like a “maintenance” mode.

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Philo01
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I think this would become confusing for customers. In case it is a very large bug that takes allot of time to fix and could meanwhile harm the website of customers you can always contact support and ask them to disable your item.

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designcise
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so say, the item is disabled by support, would it have an expiration time of some sort? after which; the item may be deleted? or is automatically enabled?

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dtbaker
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in the “message to reviewer” that you send when updating your disabled item with a bug fix, just mention that you want the item enabled again.

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Siddharth
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Yep, that should work.

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