Glad to see you back
JFBConnect has supported the new comment module from Facebook (using the href parameter instead of the xid nonsense) since early March. They originally announced the change in February, and made it mandatory in May. We do have the capability to use the xid parameter (in a legacy mode) in case your site has multiple comments that you don't want 'lost' when transitioning to the new system, but it may take a little extra manual configuration to get it working how you want.
As for the demo site, it should be using the new v2 comment module. I just looked at the page below, and it was there. If there was a page we missed upgrading, let us know:
Finally, yes, all of our subscriptions are multi-site and you're free to continue using it after the subscription expires. For all the friendly details, see our FAQ below:
Hope that helps, but if you have other questions, just let us know!
I did my leg work . It seems upgrading to Kunena 1.6 will "delete" all my existing posts which is not desirable.
Just a question , can I purchase "just" the Facebook Comments plugin of yours . If so what will be the cost ?
That's not good about Kunena 1.6, and definitely agree that's not a good upgrade solution.
As for just the comments, all of the features of JFBConnect are tightly connected to make the integration of all features simpler. Even though most people don't use all the features, this does make using a subset, however you want to pick them, easier to implement. Because of this, we don't have any way to purchase a portion of JFBConnect.
We are investigating a new subscription tier of $25 for 1 month access, which will also include support. Ideally, this would be meant for users who have already purchased JFBConnect to get the newest release if they want to upgrade only periodically, but obviously isn't the most cost-effect plan if you want each new release. If you'd interested in this, send me an email to [email protected], and we can get that set up for you.