We’ve had that too. Everything bugged out if users posted full php, html or even css code sometimes right to the ticket. One of the authors mentioned that he could go ahead and trigger the “close” button via Firebug/Chrome’s right click tool “Inspect Element” – so you could try that.
Damn, why I’ve not thought before to hardcode the left sidebar?
Is not so immediate to make the sidebar visible, but works like a charm! Many thanks
5 months passed and no news at all.. but the system keeps working, for me is ok.
Just one thing, hope you can help me Justin: I have three bugged tickets that I cannot close. Is there a way to close them with some URL parameter or with your quick intervention? thanks
Yep, in v1.0 I’ll add a proper DMCA for non-envato products
I’ve already implemented the FreshFace database and added a tiny utility to track w**ez websites. As soon as I have time to clean a bit the code I’ll release a new version. Stay tuned!
Non ha senso (it doesn’t make sense)
specially in the first days many authors spread their product everywhere. That sorting would be 100% influenced by marketing power/capability of an author, is not an objective method.
I’d rather prefer a new page like the “popular files” but for items submitted in a restricted time lapse (maybe 2 weeks?). A sort of “popular new files”
+1 would be useful!
Otherwise a link (like the one in the e-mails coming from our profile) where is specified how many licenses the customer purchased and their date
Argh..hoping they will keep it as is now!
Actually, I’m happy to have updated to a pro shared on Bluehost instead of passing everything on MT
Great effect indeed!
This is one of those moments when I really would have this feature
And now we know who to blame if sales will drop after the new search engine implementation