I would at least expect feedback by e-mail from those people who rated it so low.
Bob Loeffler hat geschrieben:I agree that everyone should give you their feedback. That is why I start a topic in the forum whenever I post a filter or plugin. (e.g. see "Filter Statistics 0.9.9 is now available!") It makes it easy for people to let you know what they like and don't like about it. And sometimes they have new ideas of how to make it better that I haven't even thought of.
I really don't like the voting feature on the website because you never know what people are thinking when they vote. For example, someone might not like only one feature of your plugin, but they might vote a ZERO. Or, someone might not like the general idea for the plugin, but does that deserve a zero? Or, maybe someone doesn't like Americans (me) or something else about me that is personal. Or, if you fix a major bug in it and now everyone likes it, there are still all of those zero votes. In that case, I think you would need to delete it from the "plugin authors" page and then add it as a new plugin to "start from scratch". I think that is possible, but I haven't tried it. Maybe there should be more than one rating category for each plugin:
Ease of Use (including documentation)
Usefulness (i.e. Is it a useful plugin/filter?)
Performance (i.e. Does it perform as expected?)
And then the "Overall Rating" that we already see on the website now.
cmercier hat geschrieben:However, since this board is mostly German, I never know which forum is what so instead of being off-topic, I just don't post. I think it would be nice to make the forums completely bilingual.
cmercier hat geschrieben:However, since this board is mostly German, I never know which forum is what so instead of being off-topic, I just don't post.
cmercier hat geschrieben:Don't forget! You need the .NET Framework in order to use this add-in. If you get a MSCOREE.DLL missing error message, that's why!.
Dieter hat geschrieben:cmercier hat geschrieben:Don't forget! You need the .NET Framework in order to use this add-in. If you get a MSCOREE.DLL missing error message, that's why!.
I checked my system, and there is no mscoree.dll. Perhaps that is the reason why only few people (165) downlowded your add-in. Why should I install a new feature to my system without knowing what happens if I do so, just for testing your add-in where I don't know if I'm going to like it or not.
Bob Loeffler hat geschrieben:I think Windows XP Service Pack 1 (or 2?) installs it automatically.
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