@jzigbe once you click deactivate, it just asks you for some feedback. You can just click “Skip & Deactivate” to continue. After clicking that the plugin will become deactivated, then you can delete it as you would any other plugin.
There are quite a few plugins in the Plugin Directory that ask for feedback before deactivation. We do NOT force our plugin to anyone and we do NOT prevent it from being deactivated nor deleted.
I do not appreciate this unjustly and unwarranted 1-star review. Please change this.
I am not new to WordPress.
I did all that you asked several times.
I still cannot get rid of it.
All other plugins that I have tested recently [about 30 of them], deactivated and I was able to delete or keep them for further testing.
Why did it work this time? We use Freemius to ask for feedback, so any plugin and theme that uses it would have the same feedback mechanism. So I’m wondering where the issue during deactivation is coming from.
I noticed that you have interacted with other plugins that are using Freemius as well, they would have the same deactivation question / mechanism.
If there is an issue on your end, I would like to determine the root cause of the trouble you were encountering and find out a way to make things better moving forward. We take these things seriously and we would like to address people’s issues.
I appreciate you changing your rating also. I’ve worked hard to achieve and maintain our high rating.