A tip for anyone using this, you have to add extra files for all 5 categories in the module tmp file, to disable the demo pics from showing if you click on the main image.
It would probably be easier if one could load images from the story file as you have to use FTP to add images currently. So a module only for those comfortable with FTP and a little knowledge of how the code works - though the developer has responded fast to any queries.
There's really little choice of modules for 2.5 that rotate images with thumbnails at present, so I've accepted the limitations available.
It's a paid for module, I've sent 3 emails through their contact page and have heard NOTHING from them.
Very, very poor (non-existent) service for a paid for module.
It's a shame because the module looks good, though if you want an alternative to the look, you have to pay for another module from them. Bit of a rip-off all together really.
Only reason not to give it 5 stars is I'm finding that the joomdalf button on the WYSIWYG editors plays up sometimes and doesn't input the code, though it's easily worked around and I haven't gone back to the developer with it.
Thanks for your comment.
I wish you have contacted us for this issue so we would fix it. May you shoot us an email describing the issue so we can fix it?
The speed and ease this module gives for multiple posts to the different social media sites is awesome. Dead easy to install as well. And it works on iPads/iPhones.
Only one suggestion, a bit more choice when it comes to positioning (allowing the buttons to appear centered for instance) would be good.
Thank you for the review jfrewin5. Actually it is possible to position the AddThis buttons or toolbox however you want, just by using the "Module class suffix" option which applies a user-defined CSS class to the module.