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Pirenko says

No. That’s how it looks in grid mode, right now. But be ready to see this on thumbnails and nobody will notice that it is fake unless it is in ‘single column mode’. :P
We can’t change thumbnails without being checked by the Themeforest review team so this should not happen. Otherwise, why do we need to have product thumbnails and preview images reviewed? :)
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Bedros says


No. That’s how it looks in grid mode, right now. But be ready to see this on thumbnails and nobody will notice that it is fake unless it is in ‘single column mode’. :P
We can’t change thumbnails without being checked by the Themeforest review team so this should not happen. Otherwise, why do we need to have product thumbnails and preview images reviewed? :)

Hi Pirenko,
Actually, thumbnails can be changed without review.

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Smartik says


No. That’s how it looks in grid mode, right now. But be ready to see this on thumbnails and nobody will notice that it is fake unless it is in ‘single column mode’. :P
We can’t change thumbnails without being checked by the Themeforest review team so this should not happen. Otherwise, why do we need to have product thumbnails and preview images reviewed? :)

I’ve just changed the thumbnail for one of my items. It was changed imediately, no review.

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ToivoMedia says

It’s been possible to change thumbnails without review for a long time now, at least on GR and AJ.

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Pirenko says

Ooops… I though that it was not possible. My bad :S

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digitalscience says

Just had this idea which would be useful for the search, since results are jumbled around. This would be a nice exposure boost to new items, highlight what’s trending / moving up and also show what’s popular – hot sellers.

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boomopera says

thats looking great! I like the trending feature, shame it pushes me down the search but hey, maybe one day I will be thankful for it

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ait says

I think it’s a brilliant idea. I also like what @digitalscience suggested.

I just would like to ask one thing. Does it mean that it’s no point to update older themes with new features as newer ones will become trending and older ones wont? Are you also taking into consideration how often was theme updated?

I just noticed that our Directory theme is not marked as trending but our Business Finder is, even though Directory sold more copies recently than Business Finder. Directory is therefore more popular, it has more sales and we update it always together with Business Finder theme.

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illuminations says

In looking at the trending items on audiojungle it seems that the majority matches all time top sellers and items in the weekly popular pages. For some of these this is fine but I think if an Item is 4 years old with 3000 sales I usually wouldn’t call that “trending”. I think the system should be weighted a little more heavily on items that have recently seen a heavy increase in interest and not ones that have a long history of interest and aren’t necessarily “on the rise”.

I think an item with 3000 sales could potentially be on a trending list but only if say that particular item has just seen a dramatic increase in sales/likes/pages views etc…from previous weeks. Newer items should more easily hit the trending lists since it would take less sales an interest to increase it’s relative popularity. Basically the whole system needs to be weighted on a curve and if it is already I think the curve needs to be adjusted a bit more from what I’m currently seeing.


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Miguel_Vasquez says

Simply awesome :D

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