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$150?

  • Wow, really guys? $150. We have a multisite set up due to conflicts with plugins running on the same site, so we created multisite only out of necessity. This looks like a great plugin, so we installed only to find a bit of a bait and switch. The plugin installs fine, activates no problem, but then when you try to find the settings page, it’s buried in the Super Admin area with a note to drop $150 in your tank.

    I’m not cheap, I buy plugins every day but $150 is way off the mark. That’s Gravity Forms territory…you need a database with shortcodes, CSS and major customer service to justify $150. This plugin is worth $25 tops. :S

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  • Plugin Author NextScripts
    Participant

    @nextscripts

    If you don’t like the price don’t buy. Why you have to give 0 rating? What did we do to you personally to deserve it?

    Plugin Author NextScripts
    Participant

    @nextscripts

    Also if you need it for just one blog without management of the whole network module, you can get the “Pro”. It will work.

    chris.heney.siyh
    Member

    @chrisheneysiyh

    Love how he shrin comparess a static codebase to an API dependent software which has to keep up with all the 3rd party systems. As a developer, I respect an thank you for your hard work developing & maintaining this software.

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