Eventually got around to uploading the PRO version of the plugin. Looks good and really like a couple of the extra features and options it provides. I'll need to reconfigure my site slightly to take advantage of all of them, but thought I'd let you know my thoughts and experiences so far...
Installation all went smoothly, no problems there, but wondering whether you had considered just having one version of the plugin but with an activation code to activate the Pro features? Just thought that would save needing to remove the standard version to load the pro version, and with some well placed info and links might help you sell a few more copies of the paid for version!
The top box on the settings page says "Enter your order confirmation number to receive automated updates" but I wasn't quite sure what I should enter there. Is it the order number shown at the top of the order confirmation email I received (something like #5xxxx)? Some sort of confirmation that the correct code has been entered and accepted would be useful.
Love the ability to add the menu cart to up to 3 different menus. It will be good to use this in my footer as well as in the main menu at the top so that it is visible even when you're scrolled down to the bottom of the page. Would it be possible to make some or all of the options (e.g. display even when empty or as fly-out menu) specific to each menu location? I'm thinking I could use a fly-out menu at the bottom of my page in my footer menu, but don't want it to fly-out in the main menu at the top of the page.
Also good to be able to chose from the various shopping cart / basket icons - I've gone with the 2nd one from the left as I thought it looked a little clearer and matched my menu fonts better.
I'm afraid the alignment option doesn't work for me still with my UberMenu option. You mentioned that you might add the !important tag, not sure whether you did in the end, but either way UberMenu still seems to overwrite the Menu Cart css in this regard. But no great problem, the custom css I posted in the other thread still does the trick for me.
I've experimented with the fly-out shopping cart option in conjunction with my main UberMenu, but this is (not surprisingly!) a none starter I'm afraid. It sort of works, but the styling goes a little wrong - probably because both the plugin and UberMenu are both interfering with each other. The none fly-out menu still works fine though and is perfect for what I need up here (although as I already mentioned, it would be nice to make the menu cart in my footer menu separately fly-out). I didn't expect this to work in my particular configuration, but I can image it will work great with a standard WP menu.
Ok, best post this before something goes wrong with it unsaved....