Support » Plugin: Pricing Table by Supsystic » Looks nice at first but soon becomes unusable

  • John

    (@dsl225)


    You have done a great job with this plugin but it lacks 2 essential features that makes it quite unusable in the long term:

    – copy/paste capability:
    Every time you want to use, an icon like a check box with its specific color you have to search for it and individually apply the wanted color code. Each and every time! When you have a list with 20 items this becomes unusable.

    – moving rows up/down:
    Although there is an option to clone rows above/below an existing one, it is impossible to change row orders and move them up/down the list.

    • This topic was modified 10 months ago by  John.
    • This topic was modified 10 months ago by  John.
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  • Plugin Author supsystic

    (@supsysticcom)

    Hello, Jonh (@dsl225)

    Thank you for constructive critics. It’s important for us to solve Your problem and help You enjoy our products. It’s a pity that You didn’t have an opportunity to
    estimate our plugin’s benefits. It’s definitely our problem that we didn’t make everything to make it easy for You to use it.

    We’ll add an ability to copy/paste icons and other types of content in Pricing table. Also we’ll add an option which allows to move common rows inside table (excluding header, footer and description rows).
    When the work is done, I’ll inform you and hope you’ll find a little bit time to try it and change your opinion about Pricing Tables by Supsystic.

    John

    (@dsl225)

    Thanks for your feedback.
    Looking forward to hearing from you again.
    I’ll add 1 more star right away because at least you listen to comments.

    Plugin Author supsystic

    (@supsysticcom)

    We are glad to hear that you’re ready for cooperation.
    It can take some time to develop and implement this new features, but it will be done. I’ll be in touch.

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