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Creattive says


Regarding the time the author needs to realize that his item was approved (because of different time zones this may happen while you’re asleep), that could be half of the time your item will be viewed by the most people.
and that is why, when I upload an item I never sleep and wait on front of the computer till it gets approved. it was hard at first, not sleeping for a couple of days but now is better.

That’s exactly what I was talking about ;)

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AndrVlad says

TTProductions, If I am not mistaken there is resolution check. At least I have had error message when once trying to submit item with 80×79 tumbnail picture accidentally.

Generally your proposal is good and bad. Good think – yes, you are right it is good to be able to change something after submition. Bad thing – authors will be less motivated to do perfect uploads at once If they can change something later.

Sometime ago I posted somewhere that could be great to have “drafts” folder. So author can upload new items check how it look, update if needed, may be wait day or two (sometimes is better to wait, may be some additional ideas will come) and then press submit button.

Best Regards, Andrey

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Creattive says

Good think – yes, you are right it is good to be able to change something after submition. Bad thing – authors will be less motivated to do perfect uploads at once If they can change something later.

Hi Andrey,

yeah, I’ve thought of that too. Also, Authors may upload unfinished projects and edit it while it’s queued to be reviewed sooner.

My first Item was soft-rejected, and I had it lying around in my Hidden-Section for some days. It was really convenient to edit the Description and see how it looks like, especially since I was pretty new to html, while I was waiting for it to be reviewed. So I was asking myself why this is not possible for every submission.

Since this is already possible with soft-rejected items, I have guessed that this doesn’t have to be build from scratch from the web-developers.

I’ve found a 2 years old thread suggesting the same thing: http://videohive.net/forums/thread/edit-while-queuing-/21838?page=1#203583

The ability to change the uploaded files afterwards could be misused by some authors, that’s totally understandable. But the ability to edit Description and Tags would be quite nice.

Regarding the jpeg-size:

I resubmitted my item with the right jpeg (Deleted the first submission). I didn’t get an error-message with the wrong image, so maybe it only checks the thumbnail’s resolution. (Or just the aspect ratio)

Greetings, Tobi

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AndrVlad says

Tobi,

Ok, anyway my vote that it is good feature to have and Ihope some day dev team will implement it. Also agree it shall not take much resources from development since functionaly already exist for hidden items.

Best Regards,
Andrey

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