disabling models

Discussion started by virtual-creature

Hi. I think that Cgtrader should have an option to disable models, to put them offline. If we don´t want to remove the models and we don´t want them to sell for some reason, than that option would be great. Other websites have it. What do you think?

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Posted over 5 years ago
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can you tell me which models you are talking about?

Posted over 5 years ago
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can you tell me which models you are talking about?

Posted over 5 years ago
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I think thats a good idea. +1

Posted over 5 years ago
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there is specific model?
because i need to know, with all respect

virtual-creature wrote
virtual-creature
I mean, any model that you wish to disable. your models, our models...
Posted over 5 years ago
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did you disable any model i uploaded?

virtual-creature wrote
virtual-creature
no. You don´t understand. Each seller should have the option to disable their own models, if they don´t want to remove them.
Posted over 5 years ago
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did you disable any model i uploaded?

Posted over 5 years ago
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did you disable any model i uploaded?

Posted over 5 years ago
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thanks i got it....

Posted about 5 years ago
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Hello Bruno,

Thank you for the idea. We'll take a look at it in the near future.

Best regards,
Eduardas

Posted about 5 years ago
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i wanna ask you a question.... i sell some of my products but the money didn't arrive until now and i sold since 1 month ago.....it's normal?? or what?? and when i should receive the money?

eduardas wrote
eduardas
Hello EN-EX Design Normally, all payments are completed around the 20th day of every month. Have you had problems like this before? Is it possible that you have sold your model around the end of last month?
OsamaWaleed wrote
OsamaWaleed
i didn't receive a sell from that date / 2015-06-25 and 2015-08-07 i think that i shoud receive the money in 2015-08-20... or it is normal to send it in another month?? until now i didn't receive my money in 2015-June-25!!
Posted about 5 years ago
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let us to wait until 20 :)

Posted about 5 years ago
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Do you mean put models completely offline but still available "only" in the backend?

Personally I'm a bit concerned it would take up storage that does not potentially generate income and consequentially only produce extra cost (making this service maybe more expensive for all of us).

Maybe having a save draft option could be a solution? Deleting a model would then display an option for keeping a draft (which only includes images and text and all other settings, but not the files).

Otherwise a lot of people will just start using it as free online backup solution and tings maybe get out of hand quickly.

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