onioneye, I can’t see your profile image either.
Mine though is visible.
Also posted a free blogging WordPress theme on my website. It used to be on ThemeForest, and it sold like 250 pieces.
This comparation is a bit of Apples and Oranges since they serve different purposes.
Unyson is a more extensive solution, while Layers is focused on the page building side of things.
To contribute more to this thread, I think the overall architecture of my themes involving the use of the Customizer and plugins for functionality has decreased a lot the number of support requests. I shared on Twitter a couple of weeks ago, that about 22% out of the total number of customers I’ve got in a year, asked for support. And what they have asked, would be usually responded in a minute, a minute and a half, since it’s not anything complicated. Triaging something like 10 tickets takes me 15 minutes.
I welcome the move of the WordPress.org to the customizer and I think it’s time to move forward. The Customizer isn’t perfect, it still has it’s flaws. But having it used by more people will make the attention of the developers to also shift in that direction.
When the Customizer was introduced in 3.4, I jumped ship from complicated options panels immediately. I don’t regret it even one bit. And my customers love the customizer.
@wplab: Test the version I posted about, and it should work. Worked for me. Also already have all my themes approved with it.
Just wanted to be a little bit helpful. In my case, it worked just fine with the version from the Dev branch. That is: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/thomasgriffin/TGM-Plugin-Activation/develop/class-tgm-plugin-activation.php
Have a great day! Paul
For me, it doesn’t work at all. I click on one of the fields, nothing happens. No pop-up, no slide in, no anything.
Reference: OS X 10.10, Chrome 42.
It’s easy. As a WordPress Theme Designer I definitely know where to look. In about 5 seconds I know what’s from where