I know the difference between the two options: Premium Plugins and Premium Plugins manager.
I use the Premium Plugins Manager to control access to plugins.
There are some back-end admin plugins that needs to run everywhere but I don't want users to know of this plugins and need to hide them. This is a feature of the Premium Plugins module I cannot use so the question is, How can I hide those plugins?
That's lead me to the domain mapping plugin, seems as it cannot be network activated if a lower level does not have the option to run on their own domain name?
Also related, if it's possible during the trial period to block access to plugins that otherwise will come with the paid version of the trial level. I know I can create another level for the trial but I like to be able to hide certain plugins so people won't be signing up for trial where the only purpose would be to see my secret weapons and then leave....
It's funny as I was going to post this yesterday I saw this post had just been posted
Did add this 3th party manager plugin he mentioned in this post, it is just to add confusion, now having 3 plugins manager plugins!! What's the point, why 3 and none of them cooperate with each other and there is nothing to be found that explains the benefits or which one is best to use?
So the question is, will this 3th party plugin do what I am looking for (and should be one of the options in the plugins modules! )
(When posting I got this:
Please select the theme/plugin name you need support for.
I did but didn't pass this rule)