hi, i did say sorry for the bitter tone, should have made it more obvious.
since you asked, yes i was forced to use your plugin, did not have a choice, and no time to ask for your help.
i was first seduced by the simplicity of the process of adding translations, and (i'm pretty sure i wrote that) i think it can work perfectly in various situations (that is to say without having to ask for your help).
i know it takes time and dedication to come up with any sort of plugin, and must (and am happy to) say thank you for even just doing so.
other reviewers did point out that when they asked for your help on some matter, you were very quick to respond. and i genuinly believed them.
do i have to give you stars based on others experiences? i don't think so.
my experience was not good, so i gave a review reflecting this.
about the "people with accounts that are live less than an hour", maybe some people don't bother to create an account until they want to post a review, good or bad (why not wish ban five stars reviews as well? oh wait, is it because you'd accept more easily a good review from a newcomer?)
see, i'm bitter again.
donate for a plugin, yes, of course, why wouldn't i? just because i had a terrible time using your plugin and gave a bad review i must be a very bad person never giving credit or money?
maybe i should have done it without the bitter tone, i did consider it, like "let's wait 'til morning", but then thought "tomorrow, i will just want to forget i ever used this plugin, and simply tell the person who did choose it why it was so bad for what we had to do".
but, this would allow the same thing to happen again with other people.
ok, let's start over:
1 star only for now:
i did not have the time to ask for help on some basic issues that i was surprised to encounter with such an ambitious tool, but would be pleased to give five stars next time i use this plugin, which still has some very nice features and shows a lot of good ideas.