Good intentions, but when a buyer sees a flagged comment on a new item it creates a negative atmosphere. So because of this these things should probably be reported to support instead.
That’s very true. I’ve mentioned this to support along with a couple of other people but they’ve got a lot on their plate at the mo!
Made it to the third week before I was threatened with divorce There’s always next year.
I didn’t want to derail xstortionist’s ‘We have a winner’ thread as a few authors were asking why their “hi great work GLWS !” had been removed from item comments.
I’m going to own up to flagging a few of these but exclusively the ones from the one or two mewer authors who were systematically using other themes’ comments sections as their own personal advertising space.
Take a look at the last 50 or so submissions in any of the categories on TF and the same couple of guys (or girls!) have posted ‘great work GLWS ’ on every single one. Every single one without fail. Probably no coincidence that these authors have their portfolio URL in their avatar as well.
I imagine that other ppl had noticed this trend as well and mistakenly flagged some other comments that were genuine messages of support.
TLDR : to those authors continually using other people’s theme comments to increase their on presence on TF, please don’t as it’s a pain in the arse enough having to go through comments sections to find answers
We decided against carpet for purely that reason – cleaning!
We built two sheds, both extra high, because they were to be used for offices, higher ceilings easier to manage heat.Prior to ac being fitted, we recorded temps internally, in bare shed, in excess of fifty degrees c.
Ach you lucky bugger you live in a land with lots of sunshine (and man-sized spiders :S) whereas we are in the cold and damp UK. Before the heaters went in we were working in winter coats and hats. Ever tried operating a small laptop mouse with skiing gloves on?