OK, OK, OK. No point in keeping on whining.
Known fact ... cause of present situation ... an ISP gave away (or similar) PowerStore to anyone who wanted it for no cost. Bad for business.
Cause of present aggravation ... that developers can only get any WebAssist Solution on a one-site basis.
Random thought ... when I install a WebAssist extension, it first checks WebAssist site to see if I am a legal purchaser. Etc.
I am not a web tech guy ... but ... is there a solution here? When I purchase a WebAssist solution WebAssist gives me a special code and puts me in a database. When I now create a solution for a client, the Solution asks me to state my code. My code is checked ... an essential component of the Solution is then authorized.
If WebAssist ever finds any misuse of my Solution, it can disable my code. Any future solutions I create are certainly barred. All past ones should be left OK (so that innocent bystanders are not penalized). If I now install a Solution and it doesn't work, I can go to WebAssist. They can then explain to me why I can no longer install further solutions.
You guys out there are the ones with the smarts .... Couldn't something like that be made to work? A kind of a software equivalent of the hardware dongles you see on many music industry products?
Just a thought.