I get the feeling this plugin is beyond my technical comfort zone, but I’d still greatly appreciate an explanation of what does it do?. Does it work/enable anything different from what Network+ or WP Multi Network (likely outdated) does?
I’ve read your FAQ and the complete plugin description on your personal site, and I’m not detecting any key differences.
I also don’t understand the implications of this warning:
Plugins that create global (i.e. not blog-specific) tables will behave as though they are on a single network install. This is a limitation of WordPress’s table naming scheme.
Could you give an example of a plugin that would be affected by this issue?
p.s. I’ve skimmed through the threads for this plugin, and you are clearly doing a great job supporting your users. I sincerely hope it’s worth your while.
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