I understand -- I wish I could update to those later versions (2.0.61) but then it breaks functionality of a Steam Greenlight website I've created, so it's pointless to refer.
For my Magazines and Portfolios - I've coded around most of the issues and that's okay, I can put focus there. But since I refer to your plugin to my peers and my clients, any site that employs a WordPress Forum (ie BuddyPress and bbPress) are breaking. This causes blame on me, more work for me to resolve on my end, when ultimately some code was written during this update period breaking overall functionality -- what's worse is that you've built on top of that. Might I suggest a Support version of this plugin for users of Buddypress addressing the single Flash issue and any other small time functionality problems? Even if dated and without anything "new" you may have added. The Support/Beta portion of your site provides nothing.
So even if the "Multisite" error was resolved in a later version (which, in my scenario it's 100% *not* multisite related) - I can't employ it, and I've been restricted to this early version. Like I said before, I could easily work around this on sites I personally manage by uploading the files via FTP and searching the folder -- but the lack of support destroys the functionality for bloggers and media contributors (for instance, in the Steam Greenlight situation) where's it's most necessary.
And while it's my understanding the original blog author sold you guys the plugin and your trying to make some kind of premium sale to finance the efforts -- your biggest contributors will be running the biggest sites which suggest bbPress and BuddyPress. Why invest in a plugin that doesn't play well with the more prominent features of a higher end website? Gallery, great - forum and social media, more important. Period.
I'm not trolling or hating, there's a simple truth to the pattern and it's you've neglected the issue. Saying your aware of it and it will get fixed in the next patch has already been said multiple times - skip the standard rabble unless you want me to build a collage of screenshots and blast it everywhere. I'd rather read "well, we don't care about this issue at this point in time and hoped a modder would fix it for us". At least then I know to look elsewhere for 6 months and not have to cross my fingers for an official fix when the higher end clients demand I resolve their website gallery issue.
Thanks anyway. lol