Works great as finishing touch, since I needed to build a new jomsocial toolbar.
Truly shows the spirit of the developers, way to continue to help your fellow man.
If you guys can spare the money, spring for the full version of Breezy Forms, keep the devs belly full.
I plan on buying the full version, for the second time actually, just to show my appreciation. (originally bought BF awhile back, prior to release of these)
Wish list would have to be more documentation.
1.) This is working out great for creating a ticket system, seems great for grids.
2.) Very clever implementation of Check Box in back-end wysiwyg when configuration of Output's, + giving the ability to Articlize the content gathered via forms, which can be created without BreezyForms, ie just this freebie.
1.) This component is compatible with BreezyForms, later Versions that is to say.(other Crosstec Com), Just check your versions if your planning on using this in conjunction with BreezyForms, because they aren't 100% backwards inter-compatible.
2.) Needs More Documentation, would make these components ALOT more attractive, integration's specifically, Community Builder, Virtue Mart, Ect.
I am still giving this a 5/5 since it is so great :), would have been nice to have this out at the time though when I got Breezy :(
I did notice my 1.5 install seems to have issues with the WYSIWYG, possibly due to Editor I use, but it wouldn't render in the frame, I could "see it" when looking at the HTML though.
I did encounter a slight conflict issue with my AJAX driven chat module/component I have on my site, which I did kind of predict would happen, upon letting the support guys know via support form. I got a response less the 2 hours later, and after I provided the necessary access to my directory, it was resolved (less the 24 hours for total resolution).
Hopefully this review helps people realized that this is well worth the money. (already have a lot of positive feedback from my users saying it looks "AWESOME".
Simply put this Magic Window lives up to the name.
This has given me the much needed control over how my cb profiles are presented.
The only negative I can think of, it leaves me wanting more asset types to be facilitated. ie, I would love to see a later version of this also allow and track users who wish to sell tangible assets to others. And allow them them to define quantity value (stock), as well as an option for pick up only, ship only, or both.
But overall this is an amazing step forward in the right direction for vendors being able to sell anything and everything via their profile, in what ever site installs this.
IF you had that, this would be epic.
But, looking great so far, keep up the good work, this is a huge step towards creating a more customizable check out process, for Virtuemart, based on product specific needs (data collections).
Also, would be nice to allow more then 3. :)
Little side note, works like a charm to launch external java pop up player, for Hulu.com's video's.
(WOOO HOO, no more opening a new tab upon clicking video thumbnail from the widget)
My review is 3/5 because of the following:
I've been using the previous versions with little to no issues what so ever. KUDO's.
But upon doing a fresh 1.6 Joomla install to a subdomain, and then a CB 1.4 install, I've encountered some odd sessioning issues, and been unable to login via the CB login module what so ever. Thus forcing me to have my users use the default joomla login form to get logged in to the site at all. The error said I needed to enable cookies in my browser (already enabled) or reload the page, which had 0 effect towards fixing the expired session.
It seemed fine until I decided I wanted to update my profile image, then the session handling broke, and the work flow failed to work as expected.
Also the Workflow module doesn't seem to work either. Its visible and configured correctly, just doesn't seem to populate any moderation links in the module as it should when pending images are yet to be approved. I've done this plenty of times on older versions on other sites i admin, with 0 issues.
So I'm not really comfortable suggesting people upgrade to 1.4 if running 1.6.
IMO stay away from J1.6 and CB 1.4 until you have your sandbox domain heavily tested with these new versions. Because nothing is worse then bringing down a live site to fix issues that were caused during a upgrade/update.
Hopefully this isn't some obscure process or configuration of J1.6 or CB1.4 that I'm overlooking, because my foot wouldn't taste good.
However, upon clicking around the site a bit more and being logged in on the front end, I encounter more errors of Page content not rendering at all other then a default 404 or a redirecting loop of sorts. I would love to get my site to have user friendly URL's but apparently I'm either missing something critical when it comes to my configuration or I'm just using to many ext's that aren't compatible with this component.
I'll be testing this out more trying to get to the bottom of it but I'm not holding my breath since all the other SEF components tend to have similar issues like this. :(