Supercharged tool to build your own awesome Glossary / Encyclopedia / Lexicon / Wiki / Dictionary / Knowledge base project in a breath.
- no support included
- no reaction for my feedback from the author
no lo recomiendo la vercion gratis no sirve y dudo que sirva una verció de pago. no tiene funciones utiles y es muy malo
Off the twenty-five options listed in the admin panel nineteen are marked Available in the Premium Version Only. There are also options that do not even show up according the screenshot and directions on the website. You are told to try the free version first but there is nothing to try and no pre-sale email, no community forum.
I can not honestly see even close to what this plugin can do without first paying $66.00 (CDN).
The site states "...enables you to create, organize and present a knowledge base in a breath..." sounds what I am looking for but not with about 75% of the functions blocked. There is not even an online demo of the Pro version to see how it functions.
It's actually not a wiki at all. It's a lexicon and nothing in it works. Wasted my time with this. If you're looking for a wiki or knowledge base plugin just move on!
Free version is so stripped down it's barely usable, nor does it tempt to pay for the pro version.
No feature available other than Lexicon in the free version. Please read all the details before installing. But, worthless plugin, as far as I am concerned. Total waste of time!
I downloaded the free version of this plugin to evaluate, and find it is useless, so limited that it's impossible to tell if it would serve my purposes. To ask questions I have to first buy the professional version for $30 U.S. and then pay an additional $30 to ask a simple question. This plugin author is focused not on the usefulness of this plugin, but on the money. Beware of his business practices.
This really isn't a plugin at all. It's an ad to trick people into giving them money to get something that actually has something enabled.
Don't waste your time.
I have been trying to set up a wiki for a while, without success. After trying this plugin, I bought it.
If a plugin is really well written and stable, and I can't pull it off on my own, I'm willing to pay. I'm even willing to pay $34. But here's what happens.
If you have any trouble installing or you have questions about installing, you have to pay another $34, and that's for six months, only. The documentation is very basic. No 'frequently asked questions' or 'troubleshooting.'
There is NO WAY to reach the developer without paying for support, because there are no contact links or email addresses. Or better said, the one email link I found took me to the 'pay for support' page.
On top of all this, Dennis Hoppe's blurb is very short, and mentions his dedication to quality plugins at reasonable prices.
There is nothing reasonable about the way this is set up. If you pay the $34 and can't get it to work, you're out of luck unless you're willing to risk throwing good money after bad. There's a refund policy that says basically: get lost.
It's very frustrating to have a good plugin that is written by somebody who is so reclusive and unapproachable. Dennis Hoppe lives inside a black box, apparently. This is very bad business etiquette. Stay away unless you are tech savvy enough to dig into the code yourself, in which case, you won't need it to start with.
Herr Hoppe aus Berlin: Sie sollten sich schämen, so Geld gierig zu sein.
Literally. You really can't do anything and no other feature is accessible other than the "lexicon" with more than 50% of the options inaccessible. Going to the developer's website reveals no demo and a $30 cost for "pro" which doesn't come with any support - none. Don't know if this is updated. Don't waste any time with this plugin - it really is useless.
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