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ChristianKragh says

Hey guys, Just want to make a suggestion or see what you think about it or if I’m just missing something.. The panel I’m talking about is the strip of thumbnails that is shown below the item information (when viewing an author’s file) that shows the author’s other files. I assume the thumbnail are randomly pulled from your portfolio. But my issue now is that I now have a ActiveDen portfolio and a AudioJungle portfolio – but when I view my AudioJungle item, it shows all my ActiveDen portfolio files in that strip. Wouldn’t it be smart to show only the portfolio items of the marketplace you’re currently in? Or is there a setting somewhere or a work-around? Thanks, Christian

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fuelthemes says

Agreed

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MSFX Moderator says

+1

Well spotted… even better would be most related items… or even better than that we could choose the files shown in that strip for each file we have… that would be ace :) 8)

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ChristianKragh says

Agreed, an optional choice to choose which files to show in the strip would be great. Or options to choose for the thumbnail strip like: (1) random files (2) newest files (3) most popular files etc :D

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digitalscience says

Yeh rather show newer or popular files. than random files.. better for exposure

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DarkstarDesigns says
Yeh rather show newer or popular files. than random files.. better for exposure

I agree with this it should help you earn more money

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kramz says

Yup, great way to gain better exposure

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Firsh says

I asked support about this, and nothing. It’s just random. The problem comes when you have too much files (e.g.) 50 audio and 5 themes. The 5 themes are obviously took more time to create, and they are the moneymakers. But they will rarely show up down there. That’s why I try to keep the numbers close to each other so a little bit of this and a little bit of that is displayed. If I create a flash, I’ll come up with a new graphic and an audio, and something like that.

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