EDIT: For those who clicked, it’s been confirmed: this is going to be another screw-over. “It’s not a bug, it’s a feature!” Seriously. Read the replies.
My previous thread about this issue was given a response of: “You are right. GarageSale should detect when you change the price in an inventory item and offer to updated linked listings with the new price (as we currently do when changing the SKU field in an inventory item). I’ll create an entry on our TODO list.”
There’s now a paid upgrade path to the 8.x version, and no sign of a bug fix for the 7.x verison.
I’ve been using GarageSale long enough to know that a lot LOT LOT of times, reported (and acknowledged) bugs in current versions are promised a fix but very VERY VERY often are only fixed in a paid-for “upgrade” (if they’re fixed at all; there are bugs that still exist which have been ignored since the earliest days of GarageSale), leaving those who reported the bugs and those who are content with the current version in the lurch.
I have no problem with charging people for an upgrade that adds features, but charging people for an upgrade to fix reported and acknowledged bugs is Donald Trump-level slimy.
Is my bug report going to be another one of those things, or can we expect iwascoding to have a little honor this time and actually fix the bugs that exist in the 7.x version so that those of us who paid for it previously aren’t screwed over yet again?