Persona 4 for the PS2 . It’s dripping in style, and the game is amazing. (seriously considering getting a Vita for Persona 4 Golden)
Bumping this for justice. Just had to turn down an extended sale because it wouldn’t allow multi-site use.
It looks like MySpace is going for what it’s known for … no not perverts, music! I won’t use it as my social network of choice, but I may use it to find new bands.
CodingJack saidRegardless of whether it’s in the description or not doesn’t matter. It says nothing about it in the sidebar, thus it’s their fault if they buy it expecting it to work with WordPress.
But what if an author doesn’t add this information to their item’s description? Regardless, support is probably burdened with complaint emails, and the author is now at the mercy of a buyer who wasn’t able to use their product (which could lead to unjustified poor ratings).
Regarding them rating it, that’s why in it’s current state the rating system is pointless. There needs to be some sort of justification(as in, they have to give a valid reason as to why they’re rating an item with a poor rating) for the rating. Until something like this is implemented the rating system is quite frankly useless, but sadly you have a point. Your best bet would be to offer a WordPress version, and link to high up in the description.
If buyers are stupid enough not to read the description it’s their own fault imo.
eBay, or some mac forums buy and sell section. Macs typically depreciate value very slowly so you’ll get way more by selling to another person.
I’m classy as hell, eating 2 minute noodles.