Just checked with chrome it didn’t happen. A specific link to the page might help.
You can browse the Envato’s Asset Library here by clicking on the Asset Library on your Author Dashboard page.
For the asset’s usage terms and conditions, please refer to the following page : http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/121
The star rating on the author page seems incorrect.
This is the ratings in my author page :
And this is is the ratings in my product page :
Since I have only 1 product, shouldn’t these be the same?
Try contacting the author and ask some kind of a deal
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I dont see a problem with people rating 1 and 2 stars. That’s what it’s there for. As a lot of people have already said a single 1 or 2 star rating in a sea of 5’s is not going to matter.
Like the others have said before, if this happens to a newly launched product, the damage on the amount of sales is much more significant.
Just throwing this out there:
What if we could submit “beta” releases that would not need to pass the review process, which would become immediately available. The customer would then have the option to download the latest stable or latest beta version. This would be a good way to get updates out quickly while still maintaining the integrity of the review process. It would also allow us to provide bleeding-edge distributions to customers who want to try out new features, without having the entire customer base upgrade.
I think it’d make sense to give customers access to archived older versions as well, and that system would probably need to be in place for this to work.Just something to consider.
This is the best solution, +1