Simultaneous to the Element 3D issue(s), we had an issue with the Element 3D category due to the way it was based on an attribute. We needed to get some extra functionality added behind the scenes to allow us to give it the same functionality as a “regular” category.
We don’t need a new “Element 3D” category. It’s a plugin, not a new kind of creative field. So we also need a category called Trapcode Particular? No. It’s just a tool.
Maybe a better approach is to create a new tag (just like “Requires Plugins” tag) and you can filter out every project that uses Element 3D, but in my opinion, if you are looking for a opener is better to find it in the “Openers” category. In the description, every author should specify if you need Element 3D, just the same as any other plugin.
For advertise this new Element 3D projects, you can put a banner in the home page. As always.
Maybe a better approach is to create a new tag (just like “Requires Plugins” tag) and you can filter out every project that uses Element 3D, but in my opinion, if you are looking for a opener is better to find it in the “Openers” category.
Is actually what they did. They added a new option to the upload page where you specify if your project use element3d or not. Possibly in the future in that list there will be other main plugins like particular. So buyers can click on one of those special tags in the item description and list all items that use a particular plugin.
Now this was removed because it created a bug, I think because the attribute was by default unchecked and broke the edit page for all the projects already on the marketplace.
One of the features is updated file relinking system
I have one project in PAUSED mode just because the shadow casting issue with Element 3D.
Anything without accurate shadows looks terrible fake! Anyone has news about in which version Element 3D will support shadow casting?