...That’s alright, as long as there will be some checks in place to ensure that authors don’t repeatedly flag the same comments in order to keep unfavorable views out of sight.
Part of my suggestion was that authors lose their post hiding privilege if they remove too many posts that admin later reinstate. But to prevent the scenario you mention, if a “hidden” post is reinstated by admin the “Remove” flag could be disabled for that post.
ehh I have just found some comment under my Flex Bar preloader from non buyer that was accuseing me of copying the lee brimlow’s tutorial, I know their are many cheaters but please not everone is a cheater :/ That’s sad. I’m a big fun of Lee’s work and I watch his tutorials but I am not selling his work ;/ I have made my preloader by my self from scratch. There has to be some way for authors to moderate/delete comments…
cool stuff cyan, sounds like everything we have asked for.
And if someone on staff could kindly remove all related conversations on my file page between the 2 users about the free files and also contact the non-buyer in question to stop posting about it on my file page – it would be greatly appreciated… [rant over]
you should probably kill his ass for that (financially!!!) but if this gets file commenting banned before purchasing ill wanna kill that dude….because commenting files is awesome.
I love commenting files & giving authors advice or critizism when needed….if that dude commenting your files w/ free links gets everyone banned from posting comments of files thats wack cuz you already #1 place…
the best way to avoid flash robbery is the same way Apple (semi) fixed the problem of pirating music. They made itunes and gave incentive to buy music through the benefits iTunes and iPod gave people…
FlashDen gives people benefits, such as the downloads page, and bookmarking files you want to buy when the time comes you need to buy for a project.
the messed up truth about it is anyone who downloads torrents is searchin for free shit
Same way myspace does it, make it so authors must approve their file comments….(someone else probably mention this by now though)