I’m pretty sure it’s just ‘woocommerce’
@billyf The Contact form is moved to a Popup. If we click Contact Author, It will open a Popup.
Bring the previous contact form back, even I haven’t noticed that popup button… Seriously, what’s wrong with your UX team?
I provide support via email(Help Scout) and that contact form on support page is where 80% of tickets come from. Now it’s invisible.
I love how Envato handles controversial discussion – it’s not just this but it’s a pattern every time you introduce something new that is not welcomed by most of authors.
- Start a thread on Thursday or Friday
- After 11 pages of authors opinions say “Sorry guys it’s late here in Melbourne” – answer max 3 less important questions.
- Ignore all suggestions
- Suddenly it’s WEEKEND
Anybody knows what happened with Codestyling Localization? It’s not available anymore on https://wordpress.org/plugins/codestyling-localization/ and the homepage of that plugin seems to have version that is not working (at least for me)
I used to recommend that plugin to buyers to make quick translations (it’s easier than PoEdit). Are there any free alternatives for that?
As soon as this paid support idea kicks in, no longer will we be selling themes on our own time, we will now be on the clock, working for Envato to meet their buyer expectations. I hope everyone realizes that. This is a massive shift from just selling stock items on a platform, our time is now a commodity being sold – you are now being sold along with your item for micro-stock prices. I dunno about you guys, but this is not what I originally signed up for, the big benefit of selling micro stock was the freedom.
I absolutely agree with you. The more I think about it the more angry I get. :/
Did you read the entire thread? You can contact support about these issues ( you always could ) and the unjust rating is removed. No one is holding a gun to your head, and if you are treated unprofessionally, Envato Support will help you!
No you can’t. There are dozens threads from authors here about that. The ratings are not removed afaik.
First: Make reviews public, and allow us to reply to them or report them to remove the “revenge reviews” from customers who WILL abuse support.
Second: Provide us tools for that support. Private comments visible only for author and customer so they could send us login details to WordPress installation would be good start.
Third. Explain me please why do you take 30% from that? What you give us except the handling payments?
Generally pricing seems fair and I like the idea of premium support, good chance for additional income, but in my opinion there are more serious problems with ThemeForest right now and pushing this is bad decision.
One more, when the premium support is launched, how will that affect buyers who bought themes before it? Will that affect everybody or just people who will buy themes after the launch of that feature
Could you give us a reply to this thread?http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/theme-bundled-plugins-review-rules/173342 Why can’t we use custom classes which are much better than TGM?
Where does it say we can’t? Did I missed something?