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Typps says

Nice story, loved it! Great guy :)

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Typps says

oops! Edited! Posted on the wrong thread lol,,, don’t mind me :D

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Typps says

You are lucky actually. I’d stick to CC if I were you and keep submitting to that category. Not only have you made some pretty good sales in the month of September, not the best months IMHO but your item is also priced above average.

As for quality, keep iterating and making it better over time. \\

Thanks for sharing the story, it was a good read!

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Typps says

Tap your knuckles on wood peeps, good for luck :D

\\

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Typps says

I agree bad setup attributed to the situation, however when you give access to a professional you expect a certain standard.

When they saw that the way they updated broke the page and resulted in the database info showing in plain text on the page instead of just screenshotting it they should have reverted the change or simply disabled the page. I feel the way the situation played out was a result of carelessness, which could also attributed to his staff handling not himself.

Don’t want to keep beating a dead horse but mingling PHP/JS code directly into TinyMCE & knowingly breaking the visual editor is just sloppy work on your part. I’m surprised you will take it out on someone else when it’s finally come full circle to bite you in the rear :(

It is always possible to derive something positive out of any situation, no matter how unpleasant. Instead of pointing the finger, I’d try and learn from this XP \\

+1 to everything KrownThemes said. Pragmatism FTW ^^

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Typps says

Hi guys, i want to rate my seller, im satisfied with the product and the support, but i really couldnt see option where i can rate this seller. Any pointer to this?

You will find it in the knowledgebase :

http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/214/55/how-do-i-give-feedback-on-items
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Typps says

For an author to use your item as part of a larger item for sale within these marketplaces, they require your explicit permission. I like how he tries to make it seem as though he does not know this and is merrily doing you a courtesy by asking :D

Just tell him, “Thanks for liking my item. Unfortunately I have plans to release more items based on it and want to avoid any conflicts by maintaining exclusivity” :P

Edit: just saw OP’s response. That will work!

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Typps says

Can someone explain to me the screenshot part? Why did he took a screenshot?

They notified the customer by including a screen capture of the broken page (as a courtesy). From what I am reading, the reaction of OP is simply shoot the messenger…

Given what we currently know about the issue, support was being entirely reasonable. To keep in mind that the issue originates from a bad setup OP is running. How do you act on something you know you didn’t cause?

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Typps says

All it takes to break the customers site is to switch between text/html mode? I’m baffled.

+1 for house of cards lol

@op, Is there anything at all, the author could have said differently that would have helped you understand this is indeed your fault for giving credentials to a live site with problems known only to you ?

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Typps says

Not sure why you would give so much importance to a comment made by a customer with expectations beyond the scope of your item. This is not your fault and anybody with half a brain reading through can see this.

Just let the comment stand as is and move on.

There is also no reason to offer a refund either unless your item is broken beyond repair. FYI, ratings are a dime a dozen and surely a single rating is not worth the cost of your item. If you had to refund every customer that had a negative opinion about your item, you’ll go broke… :P

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