Agreeing with the last few comments that the rating system is useless, specifically for codecanyon and thereforest. I hope to someday see it being replaced with an issue tracker. The ratings say very little and leave much room for abuse.
With an issue tracker, people can log problems. This is useful to the author, and useful to future buyers so that they can go through open issues and evaluate the item. This also makes perfect sense with updates being free on all items sold.
Considering that a buyer has a valid reason to rate 1 star, this has no indication as to what the problem is and how to improve the item. This type of punitive system is damaging on items where buyers are already welcome to solicit fixes and get them for free on successive updates.
It would be nice to see a fair system that acknowledges we are fixing problems as they come up.
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Scroll, scroll, scroll. Ahhh the relief On the bright side, when you get caught you can always blame it on the poor scrollbar
Immoral. One should comeforawrd and take responsibility for own actions; should have the courage to accept hard truths in any situationhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a43kowi2ncI
haha I stand corrected
Scroll, scroll, scroll. Ahhh the relief
On the bright side, when you get caught you can always blame it on the poor scrollbar
^ eats Vegemite for breakfast, lunch and dinner ( daily )
Don’t mean to step on anyone’s toes here but while item support and customization are optional, this could very well be why a person is rating the file. Hence it’s a valid option in the dropdown.
I always provide support even though it is optional and most buyers that rate my items do so because of this, at least the positive ones and is what I like to believe, though I could be wrong erhm…see, I really don’t know, which makes it a valid option and interesting feedback to collect
It’s happening again. The congestion must be caused by all this extra traffic probably due to the recent mini bundle
[rubs hands and waits patiently for all the new buyers]