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Asset vendor propose paid service for solving issue, should I be pissed ?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by OthmanT, Mar 23, 2018.

  1. WillNode

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    Many devs in my region won't look into paid asset store because it's in dollar and it's a common word that US$ is expensive. I like what neginfinity said, it's an advantage if someone can reverse that.

    But yeah, even If hate to say this, I do agree with all of you said. Forget what I said before, it's a joke tbh :rolleyes:
     
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  2. zoran404

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    If 1 dollar is worth 0.80 euros and 1 euro is worth 1.23 dollars than that means 1 dollar is worth 0.98 dollars.
    Thus we just made money worthless and all the asset store assets are practically free!
     
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  3. Ryiah

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    You could try having different tiers with different levels of support. Support for paid upgrades were added to the store not too long ago and nothing prevents you to my knowledge from having a way for people to upgrade from one tier of asset to another. It's a far better alternative in my opinion to simply adjusting everything according to GDP.
     
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  4. WillNode

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    And that's actually what I look into. There's a dilemma between charging for support and people who rant because they're charged for it. I need data from someone who already doing it, so that I'm not sacrificing my rating.
     
  5. WillNode

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    Or maybe it's a straight bad idea so just head to plan B (up the price) to solve my own problem :oops:

    Hmm. Never tried it before but IMO it creates more problem than it solves.
     
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