Again bad, really bad.
I suppose I’ll have to change strategy: Codecanyon sales are terribly low since June..!
Would be possible to add deeplinking function? Would be relly nice to directly link images..!
I think that every item will have support activity date, but if item is not supported it will be null. I would like to get confirmation on this too.
Yes, after reading the blog post, I suppose it will be NULL.
Instead, would be interesting to know if this value changes if I re-opt-in.
I’ve got a question regarding API’s: what if I stop supporting an item?
Do users, purchasing the item after that moment, have a sort of flag to avoid registration on our systems?
For example: currently I check the purchase code and I’m going to check the support period for that user. Will I be able to know if that user purchased the item after I opted-out?
Hope this is clear
Oh, and one of the best threads for me was the “What I’m doing in my dashboard 99% of the time ”http://codecanyon.net/forums/thread/what-im-doing-in-my-dashboard-99-of-the-time/63434
Please move the thread regarding the Elite Community as well http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/envato-elite-community/185227
So, after few days, “Community discussions” are over?
Every reasonable point raised in past pages has been just a lack of time?
I wasn’t expecting too much, considered Envato’s behavior since 2014, but this fake author’s involvement is really frustrating.
I will be forced to do 6-months support for 2/3$, end of the game!
And what about the price of the support? You proposal prices are not balanced and they don’t take into account the support itself, only the item price. Support for plugins is usually more complex than for the theme, but plugins are very cheap (most under $20, many around $5 – $6). So, author get’s less than $1 for six months mandatory support. That is not fair and you can’t set such prices. You must have fair price for the support on it’s own, regardless of the item price.
Exactly: same point I raised days ago. Could you please answer on this Andrew? thanks
I agree with paid support, but here you are forcing Codecanyon authors to work for few cents….
Another point that wasn’t clear for me: do old customers have 6 months of free support since September 1st?