Thanks for your reply and oh yes an introduction, I am Daly, a total noob.
I have browsed this forum and researched it prior to asking the question, and there does seem to be confusion around burning/cancelling. Which prompted me to ask the question.
I can see you were in some of those discussions. Half say you can cancel (not burn) the item and relist at a higher price. Others, saying you have to burn the token fully.
In that Nat points out…
Just got this back from Tanis at Rarible Support - FYI
“Canceling” refers to you removing the NFT from Sale, which costs a small gas fee.
Putting the item back up for sale at a higher price is free of charge.
So, it had me confused when I got the error, as that would imply that I can achieve removing the item for sale (which I did and paid for) but I could not put it back at a higher price due to the error.
OH, PS - a LOT of things have actually changed since then so that advice may also be obsolete; e.g. - it appears you can’t reduce your prices anymore as once we were able to do to try and get our work seen
Interesting, was that on your own custom ERC1155 collection that you minted or was it one done via the main Rarible contract? Maybe thats the issue…but still, even so, I’m stumped on why that would make a difference.
I’ve just cancelled the sale of 16 of my pieces with no issues; I then changed the price on one of them - made it lower - and, again, had no problems (and tbh, it happened really fast and really smoothly )
As far as I am aware, this function hasn’t been available for a few weeks now; I’m certainly not seeing it as a choice and I haven’t been seeing it since the change went through so I’m wondering how you are seeing it on yours?