Every author specifies the requirements for that product to work. If you meet those requirements then it will work, if it doesn’t work then it means is something wrong with the product, and you are eligible for a refund already as per the Knowledgebase. Not to mention that the Items are being tested before being approved, and 90% of them have a demo already.
Mandatory support—Please no.
“Item works as advertised” policy—Yes sure.
Page Not Found. I still can see his recent posts but no specified thread about his dog?
And where’s the badge? I only see “+3 more” lol anyway congrats Chris
MightyFine saidNot really getting what you’re trying to get by posting discouraging griefs and disapprovals.
Same as he might have the right to express his gratitude and joy, I might also have the legit right to express my discouraging grief and tedious disapproval for this useless waste of interwebs-space. And I did congratulate ^^!
Hmm.. Well for me it’s more like, yay, first achievement here.
Remember when you did your first steps? Weren’t you happy about it? Haha xD
I remember that moment congrats!
While it’s true that sometimes the URL contains somewhat private information, but that doesn’t mean all URLs in item comment section need to be hidden, because author sometimes answers a buyer question by providing relevant URL references to another site, which might be useful information for other buyers too.
With this current state of commenting feature I don’t think this kind of improvement worth to become a priority, instead why don’t envato build a dedicated support forum for each item in which the access and link/URL will only visible for buyers of that item, that way the problem regarding with piracy can be solved