We have two plugins that lets you change capabilities and create user roles. We also have a plugin that lets you perform access control on pages, posts, custom post types.
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Of course Envato knows the location (from the IP address) of each customer. The question is if they want to provide that information to us or not. I’m not talking about the exact IP – just the country maybe city
Very impressive work! Looks great.
I know that we can’t get the emails and names of our customers, but I wonder if we could get a geographical breakdown of where our customers are located. E.g. Country, City ?
That would be helpful and useful for marketing purposes.
The plugin updater version has issues in 3.4 as well. I took his code and tweaked it a lot, but what happens to me is WP always thinks there is a new version available, even when the version numbers are the same. I’m in the process of writing my own.
I think it is great that authors are doing this them self, but what happend to the “automatic update” service that was supposed to be avaialble from Codecanyon and Themeforest?
I once asked if we could make our own automatic update – due to the fact that many customers find it annoying that they have to go back to Codecanyon to download the update, however the answer from Envato was clear. We are not allowed to serve update our self.
Did this change? It would be great if we could create a good automatic update service for both themes and plugins.
Hello…. We use the Kayako Fusion for a lot of our clients, but I don’t like the default skin and I find the skinning process tedious. Does anyone know who did the nice skin for the http://support.envato.com ?
Is it made “in-house” by Envato designers/programmers or did you get someone to do it ?
I’m really sorry if we gave the wrong impression at some point, but we don’t currently have developer licenses in the immediate development pipeline. In fact, it’s something we used to have, but we eventually took them down. Yes, there were some people who bought them, but the demand was pretty low. That said, the sites have changed quite a bit since then so it’s definitely worth a second look. That’s not to say we’ll definitely offer them, but we will see if there’s more buyer demand than before.
Thank you for getting back to us with an answer!
I can only speak for Codecanyon as that is the only place where we sell our stuff. However I have purchased many WordPress themes on Themeforest and never purchased an Extended License. It is very rarely that we have customers that want the same design.
However when it comes to WordPress Plugins it is NOT unusual that a cutomer use the same plugin for multiple customers. We know for a fact that some of our customers have installed some of our plugins on multiple websites. Every week we have customers enquiring about discounts on multiple purchases or developer licenses .. and all we can do is tell them that Codecanyon doesn’t offer discount on multiple purchases or a developer license. We clearly loose out on sales due to this fact. And I know that several authors have just started saying that the customer should by the Extended License.
Almost every other marketplace outside Envato offers a developer license. What is the problem? Look into the top selling Authors of scripts and plugins on Codecanyon and analyze their sales – you guys have access to all the data behind the scene.
I’m sure you are busy with other stuff that have much higher priority, but coming back after 8+ months and saying that there is no plans in the immediate future is definitely disappointing.
Besides that we do love the dynamic of the marketplaces, but we have to evolve otherwise we will eventually die.
I was downloading Mountain Lion yesterday morning. I tried to install it on my 11 month old MacBook Pro, but unfortunately it turned out that I had 8 bad sectors on the harddrive (surprised as I normally run disk utility pretty often). I tried to repair it with disk utility… but that wasn’t possible!
The upgrade failed and I was not able to get to my data Drove to the Apple Store and they replaced the harddrive without any cost (I did have Apple Care), but I decided that it was time to upgrade and time to sell the “old” MacBook ProAbsolutely love the new MacBook Pro Retina! http://codecanyon.net/forums/thread/macbook-pro-or-air/69790?page=3#614342