Your first response was cool - but the second showed your inability to resist the temptation - but hey, I'm not looking for an argument either - I was just making a point.
But, your second response left me little choice but to make a final comment. Yes, I did follow the link on your website and I did read the relevant posts - I also downloaded "your first plugin" to have a look at it prior to posting my comment here.
This is what bothered me when I compared the code:
GPL gives people the right to use code as one pleases - that's cool.
And, adding additional code to improve a plugin - that's cool too.
But how does changing this code:
$title = __('Contact Form Options');
To this code:
$title = __('PXS-Mail Options');
improve how the plugin works ?? Did it not work with the original code intact ??
$wpcf_email = $_POST['wpcf_email'];
$pxs_email = $_POST['pxs_email'];
$wpcf_subject = $_POST['wpcf_subject'];
$pxs_subject = $_POST['pxs_subject'];
$wpcf_success_msg = $_POST['wpcf_success_msg'];
$pxs_success_msg = $_POST['pxs_success_msg'];
etc, etc, etc .....
In my humble opinion, I just think that if the orginal code that you used was working ok, why would you have to change it to look like the code is yours ??