Hello every manager, I have used the ensage for a year, and I also bought some assemblies,I originally chose ensage because it had better assemblies database, and free assemblies.Since the launch of paid assemblies, I think that the quality of free assemblies is declining.
Developers no longer pay attention to the development of free assemblies, and even remove(or outdated) some of the functions, forcing users to purchase paid scripts.Now ensage have launched more and more pay assemblies, and the price is more and more expensive.
On the surface, in order to lower the price, an assembly is split into multiple assemblies for sale. To actually experience a complete functionality you must buy all the assemblies, and now one of the most expensive assemblies actually needs $50 to do it completely.
The managers did fail to explain how the assemblies should be priced. From the initial $10 to the current $50, I saw the chaos of paid assemblies pricing, which made it increasingly unacceptable to many users(just like me).
I hope that it would be time to stop this farce. It may be more economical for the admin to publish a price list and issue paid scripts accordingly.
The key point is, who is willing to write practically free assemblies now? The deleted version of the paid assembly has little practicality.
Now ensage feels to me: "Hey, poor ghost! Don't use ensage!"
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