• So.. You install this plugin, set up a product, learn how it works and how to customize it.. Work on styling / CSS to make sure it fits in your theme.. and find out that is exactly what you were looking for”

    Then – after all this – you decide to apply it to other products and this is when you find out that the “Free” version only works for one product at a time. Unless you know many stores that have only one product – this is not Free version this is – at best – a demo version. But it won’t be useful AT ALL unless you actually buy it.

    FYI: this was even more sad since I really liked it and actually spent some time adapting it to my first product – it is simple and very well done. However, this is not open source philosophy at all and I can’t really contribute to a project that works like this without a single warning on the plugin description or when installing it.

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  • Hi @mlaetitia,
    We are sorry we have disappointed you.

    The initial idea regarding free version was that some users could want a single open pricing product, for example a “gift coupon” product.

    Anyway, you’re right. At least we should add this restriction on plugin description. I’ll do that.

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