The badges are too big and if you have more badges, it also breaks the forum. How about display them horizontally?
OR Simply display the old ones on the forums, or a small version of the new ones?
-1. Buyers don’t care about badges, it’s just us the Authors – the time spent implementing a new badge could be used to create something more useful.
I wasn’t using those social networks, so I don’t regret them
Is there any trick so I can get it too? Like a cookie or something.
Does the team member see the comment on my items on their dashboard? I have a new envato user for the support team, but they do not see the comments in their dashboard. Everything else seems OK. Also, once a team member answer to a comment, the comment should be marked as read and should disappear from my dashboard. I do not see the point of it still being visible to the author.
Actually I like the idea of still having the comment on my Dashboard even if someone from my team answered, this way I can see what they’ve replied recently, I can mark them with a single button as read.
Great changes Envato! Finally.
I’m really happy to be a part of this great community! Great changes!
Thanks for sharing! I’ll give it a try.
I’ve been using Avira free for years.
miseld saidI don’t think this scenario is possible. When you get several 1-star ratings, nobody will buy your theme. Moreover, you will loose money, because theme development (which match ThemeForest criteria) cost more then you earn. Even if you could sell 20 copies until your 1-star rating become public, you earn only $500. I’m sure theme development cost more.
I would hire someone and pay him to develop Wordpress theme, then i could sell it here and earn a fortune + i don’t care about what buyers says, it’s not fair, not moral. We need to let our buyers to trust us, to believe in what we do, not to scam them and take $20-$30 even $80.
I have to agree with you on this.
@miseld how can you scam the buyers when Envato reviews the file & set the price, and in 99% of the time, there is a has a demo available, even if it wouldn’t be – someone reviewed that file before.