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We have been using BreezingForms for many years in 1.5 to 3.x sites and have found it to be a first-class extension that we now use as a "standard" addition to most of our sites.

- Value (particularly with the lifetime subscription now offered)
- Support - the few times we have needed it, our issues where resolved in hours (I don't think Markus and the gang sleep)
- Ease of use - a very intuitive interface
- Flexibility - the included plugin and module provide capability to place forms wherever needed
- Form behaviour - with the the scripting feature you can modify form behaviour in just about any way
- Form appearance - templating allows easy changes to the "look and feel" of forms
- Notifications - HTML mail templates let you send the notifications in any layout you need

- Err...none
bytpartner, April 6, 2012
I have had this extension on a client's site for several years and never had a problem until today.

I tried upgrading DOCman version 1.5x to 1.6x with the export/import tools provided by Joomlatools but encountered a database error.

It turned out that the problem was with my old database, not the extension, and Johan had a fix for me in an hour.

It would be nice if all extension developers would respond within hours (not days or weeks).

Kudos to Johan and the Joomlatools team.
bytpartner, April 19, 2011
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I have this extension running on several corporate sites both in single-blog and multi-user mods and am more than pleased with it.

Installation is a breeze following the video tutorials and I had no problems modifying the supplied Twenty Ten theme to meet my needs.

corePHP's support is up with the very best I have encountered with Joomla extensions (in fact, it's what drove me to submit this review). I have submitted several tickets over the last couple of years (mostly due to my own PEBKAC) and they follow up 7 days a week and don't quit until it's fixed.

The little guidelines blurb tells us to list pros and cons for the extension but I can't really think of any cons to this one.

Great job corePHP!