The plugin authors are knowingly and intentionally in violation of the wordpress GPL license and plugin best practices.
When this expensive plugin expires — the plugin authors try to force you maintain your license agreement (at the full yearly price), by placing a large notice across your dashboard informing you that your license is expired.
I contacted the plugin author about this, and they suggested I attempt to edit the code directly rather than updating their plugin. I shouldn’t have to hack into a plugin to use software I paid for. And neither should you.
In terms of the overall merit of the plugin. It’s OK. Some of designs are weak, but some are very good. Mobile responsiveness is excellent. It’s also excellent that you create a table post-type that can be reused anywhere on the site. This makes updating prices easier. Woocommerce integration works just fine.
I would suggest the plugin authors evaluate which of their designs are actually being used, delete the 50-60% that people don’t use, and make some new designs.
For a company to insist on charging you a very expensive yearly license (similar price as elementor for example) and then not really improve the plugin is kinda of crappy. The plugin itself does work fine, although if an error in your pricing table it will crash your website. I also informed the authors about this, and they similarly didn’t seem to care.
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