Yeah. And the ordering functionality is neat.
Don’t see this as a priority but it’s always nice to see some new features and fixes.
I’m curious, did this update fix your problem (if there was any)? I can’t say this is a success …
I’m agree with VF. Is nice to see new features and fixes (thanks for that), but there should be a logical hierarchy, imho.
It already happens at a hierarchy way (may not be fully logical). From my loooong observation and guess, dev team has priority in the following order:
1. Work first for marketplace expansion related tasks.
2. Work first for marketplace expansion related tasks.
3. Work first for marketplace expansion related tasks.
4. On the time gaps fill it by working for Envato staff requested features.
5. For authors and buyers – Adjust some button locations, color and size, new badges- nothing more until big upgrades.
Efforts and spending resource for expansion is good but that doesn’t mean no resource to be spent for iterations. Minor upgrades / revisions are always a need; no matter how much the initial resources spent for development.
We always hear the staff answers like “some day” everything will be solved. Practically, that’s a wrong promise; even with future big upgrades, there may be a need for few iterations; so why not now?
(I am talking about “silly” adjustments like obscuring links on comments – can’t do that atleast on front end?. Not having such things makes author efforts spent on securing the preview code meaningless and more work for authors, staff and confusion for buyers)
hey paul how come you got flagged?