The author of this plugin has indicated that they are not longer fielding questions and providing support for this plugin. The plugin is provided as-is.
You may still post a question, but any responses will come from members of the community, not the author of the plugin.
I was just checking out some plugins that I'm thinking of installing on my forums. Plugins are great forum enhancers, made by people who volunteer their skills and time so that we can all enjoy a better forum experience. Yet some of the "review" comments are needlessly harsh and sometimes completely clued out.
Here's an example: a one-star review says "Not worth a superkey", but the plugin uses no keys whatsoever. Huh?
I don't know how to create plugins (wish I did!) but if I did, and if I volunteered my time as a plugin creator here on Proboards, I would find this type of comments very discouraging and off-putting. So here's my point: could Proboards have some type of "appeal process" when such comments are left, along with a low rating? I'm not talking about justified poor reviews, but about clueless comments such as the one above, which needlessly lower a plugin's overall rating. If the appeal is granted, then the comment and rating would be deleted.
I think that this would be a good way to show appreciation for the plugin creators' work. After all, I'm sure we're all hoping for more great free (and low-priced) plugins for V6